soft tissue calcifications / ossifications


Case of the Week: Ossified stylohyoid ligament

This week will show a common anatomical variant – an ossified stylohyoid ligament.  This can occur unilaterally or bilaterally.  This is an incidental finding.  Many students tend to jump to Eagle’s syndrome as soon as they see an ossified stylohyoid ligament; however for Eagle’s syndrome to be considered the patient […]