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  • H. Smith
  • Medicine
  • International journal of neurology
  • 1964
  • 567
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The diagnosis of tuberculous meningitis.
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Ever since tuberculous meningitis was first defined as a specific disease (Whytt, 1768) it has been recognized that disturbances of the mind form an integral part of the clinical picture. As theExpand
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Chemotherapy of pneumococcal meningitis.
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Some clinical and pathological aspects of tuberculosis of the central nervous system.
Summary Experimental work on antibiotics, notably streptomycin, gives hope that an effective chemotherapeutic agent against tuberculosis may soon be discovered. Tuberculous meningitis would be aExpand
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The treatment of tuberculous meningitis.
Summary The problem of treatment as defined by the pathology of the fatal case is outlined. The principles of successful treatment are defined as: (1) the early institution of appropriateExpand
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The intrathecal tuberculin reaction.
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