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37 Possible Causes for Brain Abscess, Halitosis, Periorbital Edema

  • 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.[] […] eyes, cheeks, nose or forehead Reduced sense of smell and taste Cough Other signs and symptoms can include: Ear pain Headache Aching in your upper jaw and teeth Bad breath (halitosis[] Other findings, especially in acute ethmoiditis, are periorbital cellulitis, edema, and proptosis.[]

  • Liver Cirrhosis

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of brain showed multi-focal parenchymal lesions, which was consistent with multiple brain abscesses.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Infection can also spread upwards to cause problems such as meningitis or brain abscess. These are very rare. What investigations might be considered?[] Often it is stated that rhinosinusitis may contribute to a halitosis complaint, and widely used diagnostic protocols for rhinosinusitis sometimes list halitosis as a minor[] edema Tenderness overlying sinuses Air-fluid levels on transillumination of the sinuses (60% reproducibility rate for assessing maxillary sinus disease) Facial erythema See[]

  • Ethmoid Sinusitis

    . ( 3262299 ) Duvoisin B....Agrifoglio A. 1988 21 Fallibility of sinus radiographs in demonstrating ethmoid sinusitis. ( 3616799 ) Andrew W.K....Swart J.G. 1987 22 Brain abscess[] […] discharge Post nasal drip Pain and pressure around the inner corners of the eyes Headaches that usually affect the temples or the area around the eyes Fever A sore throat Halitosis[] In the external approach, periorbital edema, injury to the extraocular muscles with diplopia, paresthesias in the distribution of the supraorbital, supratrochlear and infratrochlear[]

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    Chronic complications Increased risk of septic emboli e.g. endocarditis, lung/brain abscesses Increased risk of stroke Increased risk of cardiovascular disease including cardiomyopathy[] Symptoms Nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, flushing, headache, urticaria, a burning sensation and metallic taste in the mouth, dizziness, periorbital edema, and[]

  • Chronic Sinusitis

    abscess Cavernous sinus thrombosis Epidural abscess Meningitis Brain abscess Subdural abscess Sinus wall may develop osteomyelitis and mucocele formation Finally the cost[] Halitosis, fatigue, dental pain, cough, ear pressure, fullness.[] edema, ophthalmoplegia, focal neurologic signs, high fever, severe headache, meningeal irritation, or significant or recurrent nose bleeding. [20] Orbital complications include[]

  • Mucormycosis

    Fungal brain abscess is rare with a rapidly progressive disease with fulminant course and invariably fatal outcome, unless diagnosed early and treated rapidly.[] A 55-year-old female patient reported to the Department of Oral Medicine and Radiology with a chief complaint of halitosis and chronic nonhealing wound of the left maxillary[] The right eye had a fixed, non-reactive pupil and exhibited ophthalmoplegia, scleral injection, periorbital edema, and erythema.[]

  • Viral Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

    Orbital abscess Frontal and maxillary osteomyelitis Subdural abscess Meningitis Brain abscess Epiglottitis Epiglottitis poses a risk of death due to sudden airway obstruction[] In viral nasopharyngitis patients have profuse nasal discharge, fever, halitosis, mouth breathing leading to dry mouth, hyposmia, sneezing and odynophagia, symptoms that occur[] Some of these children experience headaches usually located behind or around the eye, occasionally with periorbital edema.[]

  • Frontal Sinusitis

    Intracranial complications include extradural, subdural and brain abscesses, meningitis and cavernous sinus thrombophlebitis.[] Infections in respiratory track, nose or sinusitis are associated causes for halitosis....[] Complications should be suspected in patients with: Protracted symptoms with increasing severity Periorbital edema due to preseptal cellulites Painful and restricted eye movements[]

  • Sphenoid Sinusitis

    Isolated sphenoid sinusitis is a rare disease with potentially devastating complications such as cranial nerve involvement, brain abscess, and meningitis.[] Other symptoms include nasal congestion, purulent discharge, fever, halitosis, cough, sore throat and laryngeal irritation.[] A 33-year-old female visited our hospital for severe, right-sided, temporal headache, chemosis, periorbital edema, and proptosis.[]