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A case of abcess of the temporo-sphenoidal lobe presenting unusual features
|Other titles||Annals of rhinology, laryngology and otology.|
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The superior petrosal sinus receives veins from the tympanic cavity and the roof of the tympanum on the one hand and from the temporo-sphenoidal lobe on the other. A thrombus originating in one of the former might reach and occlude the sinus and extend from it into some of the cerebral veins, and the organisms could then find their way to the.
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On a Case of Abscess of the Temporo-Sphenoidal Lobe of the Brain, Due to Otitis Media, Successfully Treated by Trephining and Drainage. Gowers and Arthur E. by: 8. Exploration of the mastoid, tegmen tympani and temporo- sphenoidal lobe having proved negative and the symptoms persisting, especially giddiness and pain in the occipital region with a tendency to retraction of the neck, it was thought only right to go one step further and explore the : PhilipR.W.
De Santi. This case report describes the symptoms and clinical course of a year-old female patient who was diagnosed with a temporo-sphenoidal encephalocele. It is characterized by herniation of cerebral tissue of the temporal lobe through a defect of the skull base localized in the middle fossa.
Request PDF | Spontaneous temporo-sphenoidal encephalocele. A case report | A case of anteromedial temporo-sphenoidal meningo-encephalocele in a year-old woman is reported. She was referred to.
Thank you for your interest in spreading the word about The BMJ. NOTE: We only request your email address so that the person you are recommending the page to knows that you wanted them to see it, and that it is not junk mail. The temporal lobe encephaloceles in the lateral sphenoid sinus may present with a variety of clinical features, such as CSF rhinorrhoea, recurrent meningitis, headache, seizure, and some somatic.
Temporosphenoidal Abscess Mackenzie, G W. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease: February - Volume 49 - Issue 2 - ppg Current Literature: II. This banner text can have markup.
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