Meningitis as initial presentation of bilateral spontaneous dehiscences of the lateral skull base in two cases

Alexander Thiele, Sabrina Kösling, Tobias Müller, Kerstin Neumann & Stephan Knipping
Background: Spontaneous dehiscences of the lateral skull base are a not uncommon finding in cadaver studies. Clinical signs may be a persistent middle ear effusion or conductive hearing loss. The most significant complication and sometimes initial presentation of persistent cerebrospinal fluid leakage[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]