Fungal meningitis outbreak in 2012 from steroid injections

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Q. What Causes Meningitis? I was told that meningitis is a very infectious disese. What causes meningitis? A. Most cases of meningitis are caused by microorganisms, such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, or parasites, that spread into the blood and into the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). Non-infectious causes include cancers, certain drugs and more. The most common cause of meningitis is viral, that is usually less severe. Bacterial meningitis is the second most frequent type and can be serious and life-threatening. Bacterial meningitis is a medical emergency.

Fungal meningitis outbreak in 2012 from steroid injections

fungal meningitis outbreak in 2012 from steroid injections

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