Cochlear incomplete partition

Cochlear incomplete partition is a group of cochlear malformations associated with variable other inner ear architecture defects. These malformations have in common that the cochlea is clearly separated from the vestibule and the external contour of the cochlear is nearly normal in size, but there are defects involving the modiolus and interscalar septa .

According to the CT-based classification that Sennaroglu proposed in 2002 and subsequently revised , there are three types of incomplete partition:

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