Nov 27, 2001
What is Aseptic Meningitis and what are the symptoms?
Response from Dr. Feinberg
Aseptic meningitis is an infection or inflammatory condition that affects the meninges which cover the brain. Aseeeeeptic means it is not caused by bacteria, but by a virus, a fungus or some other microorganissm. The symptoms are severe headache, neck stiffness and fever, aaaaand sometimes sensitivity to light.
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