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6,103 Possible Causes for Mastoid Hypoplasia with Absence of Air Cells, Meningitis

  • Acute Sinusitis

    […] were reviewed with the following complications: orbital cellulitis (51), orbital abscesses (44), epidural empyemas (7), subdural empyemas (6), intracerebral abscesses (2), meningitis[] […] superficially ( Pott puffy tumor ) frontal or ethmoidal sinuses into the orbit ( subperiosteal abscess of the orbit ) dural venous sinus thrombosis intracranial extension meningitis[] A lumbar puncture was performed for suspicion of meningitis but showed no bacterial growth.[]

    Missing: Mastoid Hypoplasia with Absence of Air Cells
  • Acute Otitis Media

    Meningitis in a patient with a cochlear implant is not necessarily related to the implant.[] The case is described of pneumocephalus and meningitis secondary to acute otitis media.[] A case of Haemophilus parainfluenzae meningitis in a woman with a 3-day history of acute otitis media is reported. Her medical history included bladder cancer surgery.[]

    Missing: Mastoid Hypoplasia with Absence of Air Cells
  • Streptococcal Infection

    Group B Streptococcal (GBS) This is the main cause of meningitis and septicaemia in newborn babies.[] The histologic features of pneumococcal meningitis resemble those described for meningococcal meningitis.[] There is currently no vaccine available that protects against GBS meningitis and septicaemia.[]

    Missing: Mastoid Hypoplasia with Absence of Air Cells
  • Gonorrhea

    N. gonorrhoeae causes gonorrhea, and N. meningitidis is the cause of meningococcal meningitis.[] The most common forms of disseminated infections are a dermatitis-arthritis syndrome, endocarditis and meningitis.[] Examination for clinical evidence of endocarditis and meningitis should be performed.[]

    Missing: Mastoid Hypoplasia with Absence of Air Cells
  • Chronic Otitis Media

    Intracranial air is usually asymptomatic but carries a potential risk of increased intracranial pressure or meningitis which require immediate therapy.[] […] coexistence of complications of COM in the same case is a rare situation, and the present report describes a case with mastoiditis, Bezold abscess, lateral sinus thrombophlebitis, meningitis[] The need of opening of the inner ear creates potential routes of spread of infection to subarachnoid spaces and lead to meningitis.[]

    Missing: Mastoid Hypoplasia with Absence of Air Cells
  • Pneumococcal Pneumonia

    Abstract An extended-spectrum cephalosporin has been considered appropriate therapy for non-meningeal infections caused by drug-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae.[] Mortality rates from all-cause pneumonia and meningitis were highest in the oldest age groups.[] Bacterial meningitis: Pneumococcal meningitis infections cause more than 50% of all bacterial meningitis cases in the U.S.[]

    Missing: Mastoid Hypoplasia with Absence of Air Cells
  • Coxsackievirus Infection

    Severe manifestations like meningitis, encephalitis, hepatitis, and myocarditis have been previously reported.[] Rarely, the patient with coxsackievirus A16 infection may also develop "aseptic" or viral meningitis.[] Abstract Coxsackievirus B3 (CVB3) is a causative agent of viral myocarditis, hepatitis, pancreatitis, and meningitis in humans.[]

    Missing: Mastoid Hypoplasia with Absence of Air Cells
  • Enterococcus

    Enterococcus gallinarum meningitis (EGM) is rarely found in normal adults and even rarer in children. To our knowledge, EGM in neonate has not been reported previously.[] Enterococcal post-surgical meningitis is an uncommon disease. 20 episodes of nosocomial post-surgical enterococcal meningitis diagnosed between 1994 and 2003 were retrospectively[] During the period of study 20 cases of post-surgical enterococcal meningitis (60% female, mean age 55 18 y, range 16–78 y) were reviewed.[]

    Missing: Mastoid Hypoplasia with Absence of Air Cells
  • Meningitis

    Viral meningitis tends to run a more benign course than bacterial meningitis.[] Meningitis is an inflammation of the meninges.[] Bacterial meningitis is usually severe.[]

    Missing: Mastoid Hypoplasia with Absence of Air Cells
  • Meningoencephalitis

    BACKGROUND: The term "aseptic meningitis" encompasses cases of meningitis with negative bacterial CSF culture, which predominantly are of viral etiology.[] BACKGROUND: Meningitis and meningoencephalitis pose major risks of morbidity and mortality.[] Inflammation of the meninges (meningitis) and inflammation of the brain (encephalitis) are seen in animals and often manifest concurrently (meningoencephalitis).[]

    Missing: Mastoid Hypoplasia with Absence of Air Cells

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