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Epidemiological aspects of purulent meningitis in the center hospitalier regional of kara in the republic of togo


, : Epidemiological aspects of purulent meningitis in the center hospitalier regional of kara in the republic of togo. Afrique Medicale 26(258): 623-627

A retrospective study of purulent meningitis cases diagnosed between Jan. 1981 and Dec. 1985 was carried out. The diagnosis of meningitis was based on clinical and biological parameters, including a test for microbes in CSF. The epidemiological data relevant to the cases was reported.

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