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Encefalitis viral aguda

Síndrome caracterizado por alteración del estado mental y distintas combinaciones de fiebre aguda, convulsiones, deficiencias neurológicas, pleocitosis en el LCR y alteraciones en el EEG y los estudios por imágenes
Autor/a: Kenneth L. Tyler, M.D. Fuente: N Engl J Med 2018; 379: 557-66. Acute Viral Encephalitis
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