Omental transposition for treating the sequelae of viral encephalitis: a surgical and follow-up study of 32 cases
Epidemic encephalitis B (Japanese Encephalitis) is an acute inflammatory disease of the brain resulting from either direct viral invasion or from hypersensitivity of the brain initiated by the virus. The virus can attack the spinal cord as well as the brain.
KeywordsMuscle Tension Japanese Encephalitis Bone Flap Viral Encephalitis Arachnoid Membrane
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