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Brain in the middle ear or nasal cavity: heterotopia or encephalocele?

Dennis K Heffner
Annals of Diagnostic Pathology 2004, 8 (4): 252-7
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Brain in the middle ear or nasal cavity: heterotopia or encephalocele? The answer to this question is greatly influenced by clinical information. Sometimes, however, this information is insufficient and the pathologist's opinion may influence patient management. It seems that most pathologists tend to get the answer wrong. This article will enable you to arrive at the correct answer.

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