Our issue leads off with a special paper by Prof. Sahar Saleem where CT is used to identify amulets and other articles of historical interest embedded in Egyptian mummies. I think you may find this interesting although it is not likely to change your daily radiology practice!
The article by Lee et al. describing superior semicircular canal dehiscence in a small but significant fraction of asymptomatic patients is particularly important. In fact, the authors found the same fraction of abnormal canals in symptomatic and asymptomatic patients.
Finally, we have our third joint case report between JCAT and the Society of Body Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance (SBCT-MR). It's by Andrew Rosenkrantz and there is supplementary material on the SBCT-MR website.
Allen D. Elster, MD FACR