Purulent Ethmoiditis in Scarlatina

W. Schilperoort, J. J. Hekman
1918 Acta Oto-Laryngologica  
Purulent Ethmoiditis in Scarlatina. 13y \iT. SCHILPEROORT, Rotterdam. 'onsulting do-rhinologist. Tliree cases of scarkt f w w form t h * foaridntioii of the Patient I ion notes from Dr C. P. Burger). A, a boy, two years old, is admitted to scarlet fever hospital on the 26:th of January 1917. For five days he has been suffering from scarlatina and middle ear suppuration on the right side. He has high temperature (about 40') then remissions to 38.5' and gradual falling of temperature until after
more » ... rature until after three weeks it remains under 38' . Then, however, accompanied by another rise of temperature, a middle ear inflammation on the leftside becomes manifvst. I n spite of timely paracentesis it comes to mastoiditis within t h e e weeks, the temperature remaining high. About this time I
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