Lateralized carotid artery: An unusual cause of pulsatile tinnitus
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AbstractWe describe the case of a patient who had a pulsatile tinnitus that was caused by a laterally displaced internal carotid artery. Her condition was treated with the use of a hearing aid, which suppressed the tinnitus. We also review the literature on laterally displaced internal carotid arteries, and discuss their differentiation from a congenitally aberrant artery.
All Author(s) ListPak M.W., Kew J., Van Hasselt C.A.
Journal nameEar Nose and Throat Journal
Volume Number80
Issue Number3
PublisherMedquest Communications
Place of PublicationUnited States
Pages148 - 149
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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