Two patients with meningoradiculitis associated with HIV presented with symptoms and signs of intracranial hypertension. In the patients described, the raised intracranial pressure resolved after lumbar puncture. After exclusion of opportunistic infection, such patients may be managed with therapeutic lumbar puncture alone.
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