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136 Possible Causes for Brain Abscess, Congenital Fractures

  • Sinusitis

    Infection can also spread upwards to cause problems such as meningitis or brain abscess. These are very rare. What investigations might be considered?[] Causes of sinonasal inflammation include: Viruses Bacteria Fungus Nasal allergy Reactive airway disease, such as Asthma and Samter’s triad Congenital diseases, such as Cystic[] In rare cases, untreated sinusitis can lead to meningitis, a brain abscess, or an infection of the bone. Talk to your doctor about your concerns.[]

  • Acute Sinusitis

    Serious complications (e.g. brain abscess) were rare. We found that antibiotics are not a first-choice treatment for adults with short-duration sinus infection.[] (from trauma) that restrict the nasal passages Congenital diseases, such as cystic fibrosis Asthma and other reactive diseases (4)(5) Types of Chronic Sinusitis or Chronic[] Fenton JE, Smyth DA, Viani LG, Walsh MA (1999) Sinogenic brain abscess. Am J Rhinol 13: 299-302.[]

  • Epidural Hematoma

    The recommendation is to obtain a follow-up head CT scan within 6 to 8 hours following brain injury.[] Hemorrhage/congenital* Cerebral Hemorrhage/diagnostic imaging Cerebral Hemorrhage/etiology Cesarean Section Craniotomy Dura Mater/injuries* Female Hematoma, Epidural, Cranial/congenital[] Differential Diagnosis Transient ischemic attack Seizure Intracranial abscess Intracranial mass Prognosis In general, patients with pure EDHs have an excellent prognosis of[]

  • Brain Abscess

    A brain abscess or cerebral abscess is formed as a result of an inflammation and infection of the brain parenchyma secondary to remote or contiguous infections.[] The infection may also be introduced through a skull fracture following a head trauma or surgical procedures.[] A child is more at risk for a brain abscess if he or she has any of the below: Heart disease that is present from birth (congenital) Meningitis Long-term (chronic) middle[]

  • Orbital Cellulitis

    abscess.[] , retrobulbar hemorrhage, orbital foreign body, carotid cavernous fistula) Malformation (congenital, vascular) Immediate treatment is very important, and it typically involves[] Complications can include meningitis, loss of vision or brain abscess.[]

  • Intracranial Hypertension

    It can come on suddenly – for example, as the result of a severe head injury , stroke or brain abscess . This is known as acute IH.[] RESULTS: The first patient underwent a posterior decompression and fixation for cervical fractures.[] It can come on suddenly – for example, as the result of a severe head injury, stroke or brain abscess. This is known as acute IH.[]

  • Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media

    Otogenic brain abscess and postauricular fistula are complications of chronic suppurative otitis media.[] […] bone fracture ("post-traumatic" cholesteatoma).[] The most common intracranial complication was lateral sinus thrombophlebitis (19.5%), followed by perisigmoid sinus abscess (13.5%), meningitis (9%), brain abscess (6.5%),[]

  • Meningism

    A high number of brain abscesses are polymicrobial.[] , or infections of the nasopharynx or the nasal sinuses that have formed a tract with the subarachnoid space (see above); occasionally, congenital defects of the dura mater[] With bacterial meningitis, these symptoms are the result of brain edema and quickly disappear when Dehydration therapy. abscess .In all cases, the detection of inflammatory[]

  • Intracranial Abscess

    A high number of brain abscesses are polymicrobial.[] The infection may also be introduced through a skull fracture following a head trauma or surgical procedures.[] , cerebellar Abscess, cerebral Abscess, cranial epidural Abscess, intracranial Abscess, intracranial subdural Brain abscess Cerebellar abscess Cerebral abscess Cranial epidural[]

  • Quadriplegia

    It is possible to suffer a broken neck without becoming tetraplegic if the vertebrae are fractured or dislocated but the spinal cord is not damaged.[] […] damage are trauma (such as a traffic collision, diving into shallow water, a fall, a sports injury), disease (such as transverse myelitis, multiple sclerosis, or polio), or congenital[]

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