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Neurological infections encompass a large variety of conditions that invade and affect the nervous system. Despite advances in therapy and the development of early detection techniques, many of these conditions can cause severe, chronic and even life threatening problems for those affected by them.
The rising number of people infected with HIV/AIDS who are susceptible to neurological infection due to impaired immunity.Several factors contribute to the widespread incidence of neurological infections, such as:
Various different organisms can target the brain, spinal cord or peripheral nerves, with bacteria, viruses and fungi all causing different symptoms. However, the characteristic signs of infection that may be present include:
The most common forms of neurological infection include: