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Infections of the central nervous system (CNS) may be caused by an abundance of different pathogens including bacteria, virus, fungi, and parasites.1,2 Accordingly, the clinical spectrum of disease is wide and ranges from self-limiting viral meningitis to medical emergencies such as bacterial meningitis requiring immediate treatment. The microorganisms may enter the CNS by direct invasion or by hematogenous spread.
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