ACUTE BENIGN MENINGO-ENCEPHALITIS WITH PAPILLEDEMA

FOSTER KENNEDY
1922 Archives of Neurology And Psychiatry  
The following cases are grouped because they have many factors in common, together making a picture which, as far as I can discover, has not been made plain in the literature on inflammations of either the meninges or brain substance. None of them has the general coloring which we have learned to associate with epidemic encephalitis, but the fact that they have come to notice during the period of incidence of that disease and were not familiar to us before that time is enough to make one
more » ... to make one cautious about asserting that the two conditions are entirely unrelated. My patients all had evidence of systemic infection, as shown
doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1922.02190070056003 fatcat:klmlrcke4rb6hbp7w6e3x5vzmm