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Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure in Pyogenic Meningitis
Annual Review of Hydrocephalus
The pressure of cerebrospinal fluid taken at lumbar puncture was recorded objectively by strain gauge pressure measurement in 35 infants and children with pyogenic meningitis. Raised pressures were found in 33 children. The median pressure was 15 mm Hg (range 4-70 mm Hg) in all age groups. The pressure level varied throughout the infection, but a higher median pressure (19 mm Hg) was found when this was measured on the day of admission. The clinical features of the meningitis in these patientsdoi:10.1007/978-3-662-11158-1_72 fatcat:geoqpbh7lne53kerhwqnydquua