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Recurrent meningitis in association with common variable immune deficiency

, : Recurrent meningitis in association with common variable immune deficiency. Indian Pediatrics 41(11): 1152-1154

Recurrent meningitis in children is unusual and usually associated with a predisposing factor like immune-deficiency disorder or cranio-spinal defect. We report a case of recurrent meningitis in association with Common Variable Immune deficiency.


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