The History and Current Relevance of the Eponymous Signs of Meningitis.

Abstract

During the past several decades, researchers have shown that the eponymous signs of meningitis have reduced sensitivity and specificity compared with when they were originally described. This may be because of the changing epidemiology of meningitis and its treatment or it may be because of variations in performance of the maneuvers. For example, in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/INF.0000000000001152

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@article{Forgie2016TheHA, title={The History and Current Relevance of the Eponymous Signs of Meningitis.}, author={Sarah Edith Forgie}, journal={The Pediatric infectious disease journal}, year={2016}, volume={35 7}, pages={749-51} }