Imaging for ENT. Dr. V Malhotra Consultant Radiologist WHHT. The introduction of cross-section imaging, CT and MRI has hugely expanded the scope and ability of head and neck radiology to recognize and assess disease. .
Dr. V Malhotra
The introduction of cross-section imaging, CT and MRI has hugely expanded the scope and ability of head and neck radiology to recognize and assess disease.
Plain radiographs and conventional tomography have virtually no place in the assessment of disease in the modern setting.
Contrast medium studies still have a major role in the assessment of disorders of swallowing.
Ultrasound in skilled hands is fast becoming the first line investigation for many neck conditions.
Common drainage pathways of the maxillary,
anterior ethmoid and frontal sinuses
Ethmoid infundibulumConcha bullosa
Large ethmoid bullaLarge ethmoid bulla
Uncinectomy, middle meatal anterostomies, partial ethmoidal resection
Normal 7th & 8th nerves
Normal Lymph node
Chronic Thyroid Cyst