Normal ventricular-CSF may confound the diagnosis of tuberculous meningitis hydrocephalus

Alfayate-Miguélez, S.; Martínez-Lage-Azorín, L.; Marín-Vives, L.; García-Martínez, S.; Almagro, M. J.; Martínez-Lage, J. F.
April 2011
Revista Neurocirugia;abr2011, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p157
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