Neuroglial heterotopia is a rare entity in which brain tissue is present in an ectopic loca-tion. We report a case of neuroglial heterotopia in the tympanic cavity. This entity may have an imaging appearance and clinical manifestation similar to those of a variety of be-nign and malignant lesions of the tympanic cavity. Therefore, it is important for both clini-cians and radiologists to consider this diagnosis when encountering a tympanic cavity lesion.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging