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The Epidemiology of Community-Acquired Central Nervous System Infections

20:00 EDT 3 May 2017 | NEJM

A multinational multicenter study showed that pneumococci and M. tuberculosis were the most prevalent pathogens; almost 10% of patients presented with chronic CNS disease.

Original Article: The Epidemiology of Community-Acquired Central Nervous System Infections

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