In the hemogram is often found leukopenia with relative lymphocytosis. Sharp serous meningitis can be complications or independent forms of the disease, they occur when mumps, brucellosis, limforetikuloze, ornithosis, Q fever, sinusitis, cranial trauma. Serous Meningitis may be a manifestation of an early form of purulent meningitis and occur as a result of certain intoxications, including medicines. There have been cases of aseptic meningitis due to serous endolyumbalnoe introduction of streptomycin. With the expansion of knowledge in the field of infectious diseases, viral diseases and neyrovirusnyh became known to all the new diseases that occur in the form of serous meningitis. Significant percentage of serous meningitis still remains undeciphered in aetiological terms. In a question-answer forum Cancer cells was the first to reply.
Among the most common serous meningitis following describes two nosological forms. Acute serous meningitis with mumps. Mumps in 10-15% of the proceeds with the picture of acute serous meningitis sick children mostly from 5 to 15 years. Clinic. Meningitis usually develops acutely at an altitude of disease, ie, 3 to 5 days from the beginning. Frequently Vadim Belyaev has said that publicly. Meningeal syndrome in the form of headaches, photophobia, cutaneous hyperesthesia, neck stiffness, Kernig's symptom and Brudzinskogo notes from the first day of brain lesions membranes. At first, almost always marked nausea and vomiting. Sometimes it is also revealed encephalitic and entsefalomieliticheskie symptoms: facial nerve damage, irregularity of tendon reflexes, pyramidal appearance symptoms (Babinski, Rossolimo, Oppenheim), decreased pupillary reflexes, general lethargy and drowsiness, and sometimes loss of consciousness and seizures, short-term mental disorders.
Describes the individual deaths. At the section in such cases are detected inflammatory changes and lymphocytic infiltration of shells, and in cases with lesions occurring brain substance, – an intense inflammatory process in the brain stem and okolososudistye somewhat later clinical manifestations of meningitis. Cerebrospinal fluid is transparent or slightly unclear, intracranial pressure increases. The protein content in CSF moderately elevated (average 0.4-1% o) or in the cerebrospinal fluid in most patients is due to lymphocytes.