However, detailed evaluation was performed when his general condition deteriorated and he had nausea and vomiting after 24 hours of treatment, and the diagnosis was meningitis and lateral sinus thrombophlebitis.
5] reported a case with facial nerve paralysis, lateral sinus thrombosis, and sensorineural hearing loss, Qirjazi et al.
Lateral sinus pathology (22 cases managed at Groote Schuur Hospital).
Pediatric lateral sinus thrombosis: Retrospective case series and literature review.
9) On the outer cortex of p value the lateral sinus
wall n (%) 20-29 5 (6.
This patient had meningitis, lateral sinus
thrombophlebitis and four extradural abscesses giving rise to a total of six intracranial complications.
Magnetic resonance venography showed the absence of flow in the right lateral sinus, sigmoid sinus, and internal jugular vein (figure 3).
A diagnosis of nonseptic lateral sinus thrombosis without mastoiditis was made.
In lateral sinus
thrombophlebitis, the sigmoid and transverse sinuses must be unroofed widely, the sinus opened, and the clot evacuated.
Intracranial complications include meningitis, extradural abscess, brain abscess, lateral sinus
thrombosis, and hydrocephalus.
1] More worrisome complications are disruption of the lacrimal duct and violation of the lateral sinus
wall, which could disrupt the soft tissues of the face.
Left untreated, the potential complications of otitis media include otalgia, hearing loss, otorrhea, balance and coordination disturbance, acute coalescent mastoiditis, chronic mastoiditis, tympanic membrane perforation, cholesteatoma, ossicular erosion, facial nerve paralysis, meningitis, labyrinthitis, focal otitic encephalitis, lateral sinus
thrombophlebitis, otitic hydrocephalus, periauricular subperiosteal abscess, Bezold's abscess, and epidural, subdural, and brain abscess.