Cryptococcal meningitis among HIV infected patients.

@article{Manoharan2001CryptococcalMA,
  title={Cryptococcal meningitis among HIV infected patients.},
  author={Govindhan Manoharan and B K Padmavathy and S B Vasanthi and R Gopalte},
  journal={Indian journal of medical microbiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={19 3},
  pages={157-8}
}
Cryptococcal meningitis is an emerging opportunistic infection among HIV infected patients and an important cause of mortality among these patients. The incidence of cryptococcal meningitis varies from place to place. A total of 31 specimens of CSF out of 89 samples processed from known HIV positive cases yielded Cryptococcus neoformans during the period of 3 years. C.neoformans was the most common opportunistic pathogen isolated from CSF samples of these patients with an incidence of 34.8% 

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