Anatomy Monday: Concha Bullosa


I’ve decided to mix up the Anatomy Monday a little this month celebrating the release of my book – Interpretation Basics of Cone Beam Computed Tomography šŸ˜€ by covering entities shown in the book.

Today is concha bullosa, an aerated concha most commonly associated with the middle concha. It is seen as a well-defined radiolucent center of the concha instead of a uniform radiopaque entity.

Coronal view - left concha bullosa associated with middle concha (orange arrow).

CBCT coronal view – left concha bullosa associated with middle concha (orange arrow).

CBCT coronal view - concha bullosa without animation.

CBCT coronal view – concha bullosa without animation.

CBCT axial view - concha bullosa noted with orange arrow.

CBCT axial view – concha bullosa noted with orange arrow.

CBCT axial view - left concha bullosa without animation.

CBCT axial view – left concha bullosa without animation.

If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below. Thanks and enjoy!



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