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Figure 5 (A-C): Transarterial angioembolization of Glomus tympanicum. A 16-year-old girl presented with tinnitus and reduced hearing on the left side. (A) Contrast enhanced MR image shows an intensely enhancing mass (white arrow) in the middle ear. (B) Left ECA angiogram shows intense tumor blush (arrow head) predominantly supplied by ascending pharyngeal artery which were embolized using PVA particles. (C) Post embolization ECA angiogram shows significant reduction in the tumor blush

Figure 5 (A-C): Transarterial angioembolization of Glomus tympanicum. A 16-year-old girl presented with tinnitus and reduced hearing on the left side. (A) Contrast enhanced MR image shows an intensely enhancing mass (white arrow) in the middle ear. (B) Left ECA angiogram shows intense tumor blush (arrow head) predominantly supplied by ascending pharyngeal artery which were embolized using PVA particles. (C) Post embolization ECA angiogram shows significant reduction in the tumor blush