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Otorhinolaryngology

CBCT of paranasal sinuses

  • visualization of nasal cavity, nasal septum and sinuses;
  • differential diagnosis of rhinogenous and odontogenic sinusitis;
  • optimization of treatment and monitoring of its effectiveness.

The data got in our imaging centre and matched with the results of patient examination by dentist and ENT specialist make it possible to differentiate between the paranasal sinusitis pathology of rhinogenous or odontogenic origin during the clinical stage. This allows us to optimize the treatment strategy, avoid any post-treatment complications and reduce the overall time of treatment and examination of patients.

CBCT reformatted panoramic image of maxilla and the maxillary sinuses reveals right sided sinusitis caused by the destruction of tooth 1.6
Left maxillary sinus and nasal passages are filled (probably polypoid mucosal thickening), dystopic tooth is identified in the left maxillary sinus
An implant is revealed in the left maxillary sinus

View more examples of CT scans of the paranasal sinuses →

CBCT of temporal bone

We offer cone-beam CT (CBCT) scan of temporal bones with the resolution of 0.16 and 0.08 mm in laboratory near Kropotkinskaya metro station. Scanning is performed with the CBCT unit Morita 3D Accuitomo 170. Due to the high quality of image, even the smallest structures can be clearly visualized in normal and pathological states.

Advantages of CBCT in the diagnosis of ENT pathology

  • the possibility of building up sections in all planes for detailed visualization of the external auditory canal, middle and inner ear;
  • display of anatomy and mineralization of the minute structures of the temporal bones;
  • accurate assessment of the size of the neural and vascular apertures of pyramids.

High-resolution CT scan has also been successfully applied before the cochlear implant surgery to determine contraindications and after surgery to control the position of the electrode.