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Znaczenie zdjęć radiologicznych w diagnostyce zespołu przedłużonego wyrostka rylcowatego.
Importance of x-ray images in diagnostic of the elongated styloid process sydrome.
Pol. J. Radiol. 2002: 67 (3) s.54-56, bibliogr. 10 poz., sum.
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Background: The syndrome of elongated styloid process of the temporal bone can cause many symptoms from the border of laryngology, neurology, stomatology and rheumatology. This disorder occurs when the lenght of the process is more than 25 mm and it causes symptoms. Material/methods:In 14 patients treated over a long time without success by phisicians of different specializations basedon the history and detailed laryngological examination the suspicion of the elongated styloid process has been proposed. All these patinets were examined by classsical spot tomography of the styloid process. Among the broad symptomatology the symptoms of the laryngeal form of the disorder are most prominent. The final diagnosis was found based on the classical spot tomograms on teh styloid process and then the patients were proposed causal treatment. Conclusions: Taking into consideration the eventual diagnosis of elongated styloid process syndrome and performing early radiographic diagnostics that is often omitted in the initial diagnostics makes possible to find the proper diagnosis, start treatment and spare the patient a longterm suffering.
Asymmetry of the ovale and spinous foramina in mediaeval and contemporary skulls in radiological examinations.
Folia Morphol. 2002: 61 (3) s.147-152, il., tab., bibliogr. 17 poz.
historia XX wieku
The aim of this work was to evaluate the morphology and asymmetry of the ovale and spinous foramina. Examinations were carried out on 102 mediaeval and 85 contemporary male skulls. In both groups there predominated individuals who had died at mature (maturus) and adult (adutus) age. Radiological images in occipital projection were used in the study. Areas of the the foramina ovale, distances between both openings and the distance from the midline running through the middle of the occipital foramen were calculated by means of PC software. The spinal foramen area could not be measured because of the too small surface accessible to the PC software used in our study Correlation between the above measurements and cranial indexes (width-lenght and height-length) were calculated. Significant variety of the ovale and spinous foramina in size, shape, relation to each other and to the midline were analysed. Asymmetry of structure and location was observed in both examined groups of skulls. No cases of the lack of the ovale and spinous foramina were stated.
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