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Figure 4 (A, B): Coronal image of the left temporal bone shows soft tissue opacification in the middle ear, sclerosis of mastoid, non-visualization of the ossicles, erosion of the facial nerve canal, tegmen (white arrows in A and B), lateral mastoid wall, and extension into the inner ear (black arrow). (B) Shows erosion of the lateral semicircular canal creating a labyrinthine fistula (white arrow) - complications of cholesteatoma

Figure 4 (A, B): Coronal image of the left temporal bone shows soft tissue opacification in the middle ear, sclerosis of mastoid, non-visualization of the ossicles, erosion of the facial nerve canal, tegmen (white arrows in A and B), lateral mastoid wall, and extension into the inner ear (black arrow). (B) Shows erosion of the lateral semicircular canal creating a labyrinthine fistula (white arrow) - complications of cholesteatoma