Objectives: The objective of this case is to report the rare complication of a meningitis after an invasive treatment of the trigeminal ganglion. Methods: In this case report, two cases of meningitis due to oral streptococci are reported and a review of literature is presented. Results and Discussion: This complication should be recognized as early as possible to prevent deterioration of the situation. Meningitis must be suspected when a patient reports headache and fever within days after an invasive treatment of the trigeminal ganglion.
- trigeminal neuralgia
- percutaneous treatment of the trigeminal ganglion