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  1. Meningitis. Epidural abscess, lateral sinus thrombosis, brain abscess, subdural empyema, and meningitis are all intracranial complications of acute otitis media; however, meningitis is the most common complication. Acute mastoiditis is characterized by erosion of the bony partitions between the mastoid air cells, which connect the middle ear to the mastoid portion of the temporal bone. Mastoiditis has become rare in the era of antibiotics.

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