Ossicles and Joints

Temporal Bone Image Library

  • Title: Malleus and Incus, L-71
  • Chapter: Disorders of Bone
  • Chapter section: Ossicles and Joints
  • TB Case Number: 998
  • Comments: Idiopathic bone resorption of malleus head
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 91
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical:

    Progressive hearing loss, bilateral, presumed sensorineural and of genetic etiology

    Histological:

    1. Mild cochlear degeneration (outer hair cell loss in basal turn, mild patchy strial atrophy, mild basal spiral ganglion cell loss, spiral ligament

  • Title: Malleus and Incus, L-71
  • Chapter: Disorders of Bone
  • Chapter section: Ossicles and Joints
  • TB Case Number: 998
  • Comments: Idiopathic bone resorption of malleus head
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 91
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical:

    Progressive hearing loss, bilateral, presumed sensorineural and of genetic etiology

    Histological:

    1. Mild cochlear degeneration (outer hair cell loss in basal turn, mild patchy strial atrophy, mild basal spiral ganglion cell loss, spiral ligament

  • Title: ncus, R-151-2 copy
  • Chapter: Disorders of Bone
  • Chapter section: Ossicles and Joints
  • TB Case Number: 992
  • Comments: resorption of incus without stapedectomy
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 95
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical Diagnoses

    1. Otosclerosis, bilateral

    2. Profound hearing loss, left, status post total stapedectomy with polyethylene strut

    3. Mixed hearing loss, right, associated with otosclerosis

  • Title: Incus, R-151
  • Chapter: Disorders of Bone
  • Chapter section: Ossicles and Joints
  • TB Case Number: 992
  • Comments: resorption of incus without stapedectomy
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 95
  • otologic_dx:

    Clinical Diagnoses

    1. Otosclerosis, bilateral

    2. Profound hearing loss, left, status post total stapedectomy with polyethylene strut

    3. Mixed hearing loss, right, associated with otosclerosis