Course, Diagnosis and Treatment of Tuberculous Meningitis in Patients Infected with Aids and Hepatitis C
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Tuberculous meningitis is a serious form of tuberculosis that affects the meninges of the brain and spinal cord. Patients with AIDS and hepatitis C are at increased risk of developing tuberculous meningitis, and diagnosis and treatment can be challenging due to the potential for drug interactions and comorbidities. This article discusses the course of tuberculous meningitis in patients with AIDS and hepatitis C, current approaches to diagnosis and treatment, and challenges in clinical management
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