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Infections of the nervous system

International Journal of Critical Illness and Injury Science

Jul 28, 2012

Vevek ParikhSagar Galwankar

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Glycemic control is an important aspect of patient care in the surgical Infections of the nervous system are among the most difficult infections in terms of the morbidity and mortality posed to patients, and thereby require urgent and accurate diagnosis. Although viral meningitides are ...read more

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Viral Encephalitis
Brain Abscess
Morbidity Aspects
Entire Nervous System
Nervous System Structure
Viral Meningitis
CNS Disorder
Mimic brand of tebufenozide
Nervous system DRUGS
Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis
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Infections of the nervous system

International Journal of Critical Illness and Injury Science

Jul 28, 2012

Vevek ParikhSagar Galwankar

PMID: 22837896

DOI: 10.4103/2229-5151.97273

Abstract

Glycemic control is an important aspect of patient care in the surgical Infections of the nervous system are among the most difficult infections in terms of the morbidity and mortality posed to patients, and thereby require urgent and accurate diagnosis. Although viral meningitides are ...read more

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Viral Encephalitis
Brain Abscess
Morbidity Aspects
Entire Nervous System
Nervous System Structure
Viral Meningitis
CNS Disorder
Mimic brand of tebufenozide
Nervous system DRUGS
Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis
1
1
69

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