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Intact ossicular chains and no radiological evidence of fracture, hemorrhage, or fistulas after head trauma

High-definition computed tomography showed intact ossicular chains and no radiological evidence of temporal bone fracture, hemorrhage or apparent fistulas. (From: Villarreal IM, Méndez D, Silva JM, Del Álamo PO. Contralateral cochlear labyrinthine concussion without temporal bone fracture: unusual posttraumatic consequence. Case Rep Otolaryngol 2016;2016:2123182. Creative Commons Attribution License.)

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