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Recurrent meningitis secondary to concealed cerebrospinal fluid otorrhoea
  1. Kevin P Manning,
  2. Roger Gudrün

    Abstract

    Three children who suffered recurrent attacks of meningitis which were eventually found to be due to a concealed cerebrospinal fluid otorrhoea are presented. Between them they had 12 attacks of meningitis before a firm diagnosis was made and treatment undertaken to localise and close the subarachnoid middle ear fistula.

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