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The concentration of S-100b in blood and CSF of patients with viral encephalitis and its clinical significance



The concentration of S-100b in blood and CSF of patients with viral encephalitis and its clinical significance



Zhonghua Weishengwuxue He Mianyixue Zazhi 26(3): 263-266



Objective To investigate the changes of S-100b protein concentration in serum and cerebrospinal fluid from patients with viral encephalitis and to find out the correlation with anomaly electroencephalogram and low density focus volume of imageology. Methods Fourty-two cases with viral encephalitis were collected as observe group and 25 cases health examinater or patients with operation of appendix or cholecyst were collected as control group.

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