Discussion of clinical recognition and differential diagnosis of purulent meningitis in children, and especially infants, is followed by an outline of therapeutic regimens currently employed at the Hospital for Sick Children. The clinical features and use of steroids in measles encephalitis are outlined. The differential diagnosis between poliomyelitis and the Guillain-Barré syndrome is discussed, together with points regarding early management of respiratory complications.
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American Academy of Pediatrics| December 01 1961
POSTGRADUATE COURSE : INFECTIONS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM REQUIRING EMERGENCY TREATMENT
Pediatrics (1961) 28 (6): 1020–1023.
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Donald M. McLean; POSTGRADUATE COURSE : INFECTIONS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM REQUIRING EMERGENCY TREATMENT. Pediatrics December 1961; 28 (6): 1020–1023. 10.1542/peds.28.6.1020
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