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Diffuse pneumocephalus caused by neonatal Enterobacter cloacae meningitis
  1. M R Sedaghatian,
  2. P Ramachandran,
  3. N Rashid
  1. Mafraq Hospital, PB 2951, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; sreza@emirates.net.ae

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    A 5 day old full term male infant admitted with a two day history of fever, irritability, and convulsions was diagnosed as having Enterobacter cloacae septicaemia and meningitis. A computed tomography (CT) brain scan on admission showed cerebral oedema and areas of low density signals near the occipital horns of the …

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