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Thickening of the right temporalis and masseter muscles in otalgia (MRI)

Coronal MRI (A) showing thickening of the right temporalis muscle (white arrow) and masseter muscle (black arrow). On the axial view (B), the right temporalis muscle (white arrow) is thickened with clear plane surrounding the muscle. (Source: Jumaat AF, Gendeh H, Mohd Mustapha AW, Tan GC, Goh BS. Otalgia and facial nerve palsy: common symptoms revealing the uncommon pathology of middle ear lymphoma. Cureus 2022;14(5):e25023. Creative Commons Attribution [CC-BY 4.0] license,