Can bacterial menengitis cause deafness?

Answer Yes, absolutely. That is a common result.

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What causes bacterial menengitis in children?

Streb B was the cause of my 5-dayold son's meningitis. It is found vaginally in some women, so during delivery it could be passed on to the baby. Strep B can also cause other very serious bacterial... Read More »

Symptoms of Dog Deafness?

Deafness seems like something that you should be able to recognize in your dog immediately, yet symptoms of deafness are slow to develop. Dogs have such heightened senses that even if their hearing... Read More »

Deafness and Meniere's Disease?

Meniere's disease is a long-term disease of the inner ear that occurs when there is a change in the fluid inside the ear. It can cause inner ear infections, nausea, vomiting, vertigo, tinnitus, and... Read More »

Deafness and recurring ear infection hypothesis?

The finding came from a team in The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital who set out to observe how an immune defense protein commonly found in the middle ear communicates with a st... Read More »