Risk factors associated with the development of early neurological complications in purulent meningitis in a pediatric population.

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Summary of "Risk factors associated with the development of early neurological complications in purulent meningitis in a pediatric population."

To determine the risk factors associated with the development of early neurological complications in purulent meningitis in a pediatric population.


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Name: Gaceta medica de Mexico
ISSN: 0016-3813
Pages: 313-320


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