Csf infection

What is Csf infection?

Bacterial and/or viral infection of the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) can be life threatening, with immunocompromised and young patients particularly being vulnerable. These patients are susceptible to a wide array of infections with bacterial infection observed in the majority of acute meningitis cases.

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I went and saw doctor XXXXXXXXXXXX yesterday. have had bad headache, chills, nausea, tingling of face. She checked sugar okay, cbc showed wbc a...

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Looks like unknown viral infection...

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I understand your concern.
I am Dr. Arun Tank, infectious diseases...

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I was admitted to the hospital because of a headache in the back of my head. I had numerous tests including an MRI , echo, spinal tap, and heart...

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Never heard of Vacaly Clover

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Good afternoon. My name is Dr. Saghafi. I'm a neurologist from XXXXXXX OH.

I've never...

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Can my 26 year old daughter have dementia?

Hi my previously healthy 26 year old daughter other then severe episodic migraine with XXXXXXX genetic...

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I was admitted to the hospital because of a headache in the back of my head. I had numerous tests including an MRI , echo, spinal tap , and heart...

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I went and saw doctor XXXXXXXXXXXX yesterday. have had bad headache, chills , nausea , tingling of face. She checked sugar okay, cbc showed wbc a...

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Can my 26 year old daughter have dementia? Hi my previously healthy 26 year old daughter other then severe episodic migraine with XXXXXXX genetic...

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