Incudo-mallear joint disruption - the smallest joint dislocation you can get! The incus and malleolus are normally closely apposed with the malleolus appearing like a ball of ice-cream and the incus a cone. On this CT image the ball of ice-cream has fallen out of the cone consistent with ossicular chain disruption. Can you see it?
You’ve Gotta Love Radiology! Here we have emphysema severity mapped in color, a guided lung biopsy, a carotid stent, a thoracic angiogram and the larynx.
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