측두골 전산화단층촬영의 3차원 재구성의 의의
Published Online: May 31, 2020
The computed tomography has been a important role in the diagnosis and treatment of temporal bone pathology. Recent technological advances in the clinical application of computed tomography have made three-dimensional reconstruction from consecutive axial tomography possible. Three-dimensional imaging is becoming a valuable tool for both diagnostic and therapeutic display of digital information.
This new method improves the assessment and therapy of patients undergoing surgical procedures for disease involving temporal bone. Three-dimensional computed tomography (3-D CT) was perfomed on one normal and four pathologic temporal bones. Four examples are demonstrated here and we concluded that this new method improves the display of the location and state of pathology and affords accurate therapeutic and surgical planning.