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Hydrocephalus and tuberculous meningitis in adults.
  1. P K Newman,
  2. W J Cumming,
  3. J B Foster


    Hydrocephalus is well recognised as a complication of tuberculous meningitis in childhood. This complication may occur more frequently in the acute stage in adults than has been appreciated. Three cases are described to illustrate this observation. Early recognition and prompt treatment may improve mortality and morbidity at any age.

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