Meningocele and meningoencephalocele
are herniation of meninges or/and brain substance through defects or malformations of skull during embryonic development.
Recurrent streptococcus pneumoniae meningoencephalitis in a patient with a transethmoidal meningoencephalocele
Paucity of work and rarity of occurrence of nasoethmoidal meningoencephalocele
further highlights the importance of research in the field diagnosis and surgical management of these cases.
associated with Tripterygium wilfordii treatment.
On the other hand, the nasal trauma and the history of bleeding in a premature newborn, combined with findings of a unilateral nasal mass and evidence of a nasal vault defect on CT, strengthened the theory that the mass represented a large basal transcribriform meningoencephalocele
After an uncomplicated delivery at 38 weeks, the infant suffered from occipital meningoencephalocele
and cerebellar agenesis.
An inadequate seal separating the nasal and cranial compartments has been shown to lead to complications such as CSF rhinorrhea, meningitis, and meningoencephalocele
Divyanshu Dubey, Sonjjay Pande, Pradeep Dubey, Anshudha Sawhney A Case of Naso-Ethmoidal Meningoencephalocele
The differential diagnosis of large nasopharyngeal masses should include (1) benign disease such as juvenile angiofibroma, teratoma, meningoencephalocele
, chordoma, paraganglioma, and nasopharyngeal extension of a parapharyngeal parotid tumor and (2) malignant disease such as carcinoma, lymphoma, and sarcoma.
is a gap in the skull that results in a herniation of the adjacent meningeal and brain substances.
Magnetic resonance cisternography revealed fluid intensity and a meningoencephalocele
with bulging meninges in the left lateral sphenoid recess (figure 2).
is an uncommon condition in which brain tissue, meninges, or both protrude through a defect in the anterior cranialfossa and into the ethmoid sinus or nasal cavity.
Severe complications of chronic otitis media following previous surgery Complication n Profound sensorineural hearing loss 2 Acute mastoiditis 1 Facial paralysis (chronic) 1 Facial paralysis (acute) with 1 recurrent cholesteatoma Meningoencephalocele
with 1 * intracranial cholesteatoma and seizure Sigmoid sinus thrombosis and 1 * meningitis * Urgent condition.