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Anterior Rhinorrhea Revealing Meningocele: A Case Report.

Mohamed Ali Gliti1,3*, Najoua Belhaj2,3, Sophia Nitassi2,3, Bencheikh Razika2,3, Mohamed Anas Benbouzid2,3, Abdelilah Oujilal2,3 and Leila Essakalli Houssyni2,3

Anterior-posterior rhinoliquorhea can reveal several etiologies. We report a case of a patient with rhinoliquorhea of the left nasal cavity post-traumatic whose radiological exploration returned in favor of an osteomeningeal breach and whose surgical exploration by endoscopic nasal route showed a meningocele of the anterior part from the base of the skull. The breach was sealed with organic glue and abdominal fat and organic glue.