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Purulent meningitis

Purulent meningitis refers to meningitis caused by purulent bacteria. Because this kind of infection mainly affects the subarachnoid space, the brain, spinal cord, cerebral nerve and spinal nerve can be affected, and it is often accompanied by inflammation of ventricular wall and choroid plexus.

Symptoms

Jaundice

Regressive fever

Clonorchiasis sinensis

Kala Azar

Ascaris lumbricoides

cholera

Mixed chronic altitude sickness

Cardiovascular impairment in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome

Hughes Stovin syndrome

Acquired arteriovenous fistula

Cold drink cough

Dumb throat

Acquired tricuspid regurgitation

Chemical liquid inhalation

Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome

Laryngeal carbuncle

Xanthobacteria pneumonia

Respiratory syncytial virus pneumonia

Talc dust lung

Foreign body in respiratory tract

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