meningismus


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meningismus

n. L. meningismus. V.: meningism
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We did not find neck rigidity and meningismus in this patient.
The meningitis phase is characterized by pronounced neurologic features such as meningismus, protracted headache, confusion, myelopathy, and sensory deficits, as well as vomiting, lethargy, and urinary retention.
TBE serology resultsf First serum IgM positive, IgM positive, IgG sample IgG positive negative Convalescent- IgM positive, IgM positive, IgG phase serum IgG 10-fold seroconversion sample increase Variable Case-patient 3 Case-patient 4 Destination Sweden Russia Probable area Northwest of Southwestern of exposure Stockholm Siberia Month of travel 2011 May-Aug 2010 Aug Duration of 107 17 travel, d Duration of Undetermined 17 probable exposure to tick habitat Recorded tick No No bite Neurologic Meningismus, mild Acute confusion, manifestations confusion, stupor during acute dysarthria [right phase arrow] Lt facial nerve.
Powassan virus 1-4 weeks Generalized weakness, fever, disease or headache, vomiting progresses to encephalitis meningoencephalitis & may include (Powassan meningismus, seizures, cranial virus- nerve palsies, aphasia, & paresis.
The signs and symptoms of CNS involvement are highly variable and nonspecific ranging from fever, headaches, and meningismus to seizures and focal neurological deficit [6, 24].
Early findings may also include irritability, hallucinations, meningismus, cerebellar ataxia and cranial nerve palsies, although focal neurologic deficits are usually absent.
Intraoperative CSF rhinorrhea is closely associated with postoperative meningitis, and such patients may have the signs and symptoms of severe headache, fever, sensitivity to light, persistent nasal discharge, and meningismus (Dumont et al.
Mollaret meningitis is a form of recurrent benign lymphocytic meningitis characterized by greater than three episodes of fever and meningismus lasting two to five days, followed by spontaneous resolution.
Patients with neurocysticercosis may be initially asymptomatic for many years and then present with varied nonspecific neurologic manifestations including headaches, confusion, ataxia, seizures, and meningismus.
7) As EG metabolism progresses, manifestations of central nervous system (CNS) depression, such as coma, hypotonia, hyporeflexia, seizures, and meningismus, replace earlier symptoms.