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Gradenigo Syndrome in a 6-Year-Old Boy with Acute Otitis Media: A Case Report.

Gradenigo Syndrome (GS) is not a common intracranial complication of acute otitis media infections that needs proper diagnosis and management. This case report presents a 6-year-old child diagnosed with unilateral headache, right eye diplopia, and right abducens nerve palsy. MRI and cranial nerve examination facilitate the confirmation of GS. The patient was treated with proper antibiotics and showed good outcomes. This case report highlights the importance of early detection and understanding of the clinical picture associated with GS, which have a crucial role in achieving desired outcomes and avoiding serious complications.

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