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Abeer Fatimaabout 1 month ago
Infectious Causes of Seizures

Infectious Causes of Seizures

Infections of the central nervous system can precipitate seizures. Following infectious agents can cause seizures: - cytomegalovirus - herpes simplex - arbovirus - HIV - malaria - neurocysticercosis - toxoplasmosis - bacterial meningitis - haemophilus influenzae - rabies - rubeola - schistosomiasis - echinococcus - trypanosoma - amebiasis Reference: http://scitechconnect.elsevier.com/connections-between-infections-seizures/ Image via: https://www.jems.com/special-topics/jems-games/know-differences-between-seizures-epilep/

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about 1 month ago

What about TB?

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about 1 month ago

What about TB?

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