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Salmonella typhimurium meningitis in an adult patient with AIDS
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    On the inaccuracies in the literature on Salmonella meningitis in adults.
    • Yuri Zagvazdin, Health care
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      • Ia Zagvazdina, Jackson Memeorial Hospital, Miami

    Dear Editor

    We read with interest the article by K. Swe Swe and coauthors (1), which enriches our knowledge about non-typhoidal salmonella meningitis. From our own experience, we know that there are unexpected difficulties in addressing some aspects of this rare disease, which may result in inaccuracies. The authors stated that 10 out of total 17 cases of this rare infection have been reported in adults lacking po...

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