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Sequela is the second in a series of recent pursuits and work is progressing quickly on a follow-up.
Since blindness was the severe neurological sequela in two subjects and the family of one patient did not give consent for imaging test, cranial imaging was not performed in the three other patients.
Another popular belief is that CSOM is a sequela of inadequately treated recurrent AOM.
He was given antimicrobial drugs; a computed tomographic scan showed an infiltration, a sequela to pneumonia, localized in the left superior lobe.
Depression is another very common sequela, occurring in 10%-77% of patients with severe head injury and 6%-39% in patients whose trauma was minor.