Results: A lumbar puncture was performed and no abnormalities were found in the CSF. The patient does not improve. You ask your colleagues for advice. They noted that in the absence of fever and meningeal signs, meningitis is unlikely.

Your answer was You suspect meningitis and admit him for further workup and IV antibiotics. This was not a good choice. Please go back and make another choice.


 

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