Other Bacterial Infections
This chapter focuses on a number of rare bacterial infections that affect the central nervous system. The most common manifestations as well as the characteristic features of these infectious processes, as displayed on imaging studies, are stressed.
KeywordsTyphoid Fever Brain Abscess Central Nervous System Infection Meningococcal Meningitis Subdural Empyema
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