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Figure 4
Two implanted cochleae visualized with clinical cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) and synchrotron radiation computed microtomography (SRµCT). The images were rigidly co-registered with image-processing software to accurately align the volumetric datasets. (a) Atraumatic insertion into the scala tympani (the inferior partition of the cochlear duct), (b) traumatic electrode array dislocation into the scala vestibuli (the superior partition). Though clinical CBCT was unable to, SRµCT could clearly reveal the separation between the cochlear scalae, thus confirming the scalar electrode location.

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