Masked subdural empyema secondary to frontal sinusitis.

@article{Calik2012MaskedSE,
  title={Masked subdural empyema secondary to frontal sinusitis.},
  author={Mustafa Calik and Akin Işcan and Mahmut Abuhandan and Ilhan Yetkin and Ferhat Bozkuş and Mehmet Fuat Torun},
  journal={The American journal of emergency medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={30 8},
  pages={1657.e1-4}
}
Intracranial complications of pediatric sinusitis are rare but potentially life threatening. These complications include cavernous sinus thrombosis, orbital infection, meningitis, and subdural empyema. Children with these complications may experience significant morbidity from their infection. In such cases, delay in diagnosis and treatment may lead to… CONTINUE READING