meningogenic

meningogenic

 [mĕ-ning″go-jen´ik]
arising in the meninges.
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Known causes include acoustic or physical trauma (including penetrating trauma), infection (tympanogenic or meningogenic labyrinthitis), surgical iatrogenic injury, vestibular schwannoma, autoimmune disorders, and sudden attacks of Meniere disease.
The infection can reach the inner ear via a tympanogenic (most common), meningogenic, or hematogenic route.
Cephalosporins are considered to be the first-line antibiotic agents for the treatment and prevention of both meningogenic labyrinthitis and labyrinthitis associated with acute or chronic otitis media.
It is usually caused by an infection that reaches the inner ear via a tympanogenic (most common), meningogenic, or hematogenic route.[1] Chronic otitis media can cause labyrinthitis via either the oval or round window.