aseptic meningitis


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aseptic meningitis

[ā′sep·tik ‚men·ən′jīd·əs]
(medicine)
A type of meningitis in which the raised cell count in the cerebrospinal fluid is predominantly lymophocytic; usually caused by a viral infection, but can result from other causes.
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But in our present study we have taken TBM along with pyogenic and aseptic meningitis.
No patient with aseptic meningitis or encephalitis received treatment.
Tanriover, "Aseptic meningitis and abducens nerve palsy as a serious side effect of high dose intravenous immunoglobulin used in a patient with renal transplantation," Transplant Infectious Disease, vol.
Diagnostic accuracy of cerebrospinal fluid lactate for differentiating bacterial meningitis from aseptic meningitis: A meta-analysis.
Aseptic meningitis complicating iotrolan myelography.
Serum procalcitonin level and other biological markers to distinguish between bacterial and aseptic meningitis in children: a European multicenter case cohort study.
The search terms included pyogenic meningitis, tubercular meningitis, aseptic Meningitis and acute CNS infection.
A facial palsy may also develop during the early stage, as well as aseptic meningitis. Severe permanent damage from Lyme Disease is quite rare.
CSF analysis was notable for an aseptic meningitis with an elevated protein of 80 mg/dl (normal (15-45 mg/dl) and 20 white blood cells (92% lymphocytes).
Signs of Lyme disease at this stage include multiple erythema migrans, symptoms of a flulike illness, aseptic meningitis, neuritis, and carditis.
In our case, isolated lymphadenopathy was detected in the right posterior cervical region with MR, which was ordered for the evaluation of aseptic meningitis.
The patient's lumbar puncture was consistent with aseptic meningitis when correcting for postmortem decrease in glucose.