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
Year2001
Month3
Day28
Volume Number80
Issue Number3
PublisherMedquest Communications
Place of PublicationUnited States
Pages148 - 149
ISSN0145-5613
eISSN1942-7522
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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