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The "Y" sign of lateral dislocation of the incus.

This report presents a new sign of ossicular dislocation utilizing high resolution computed tomography of the temporal bone. In the case of lateral dislocation of the incus, a "Y" shaped configuration (Y sign) of the malleoincudal complex is seen in the coronal views even though the axial views present a normal "ice cream cone" configurations.[1]


  1. The "Y" sign of lateral dislocation of the incus. Lourenco, M.T., Yeakley, J.W., Ghorayeb, B.Y. The American journal of otology. (1995) [Pubmed]
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