Clinico-radiological features of subarachnoid hyperintensity on diffusion-weighted images in patients with meningitis
Clinical Radiology,

Kawaguchi T et al. – Both bacterial and fungal meningitis could cause subarachnoid hyperintensity on diffusion–weighted imaging (DWI), predominantly around the frontal lobe. This finding is often associated with poor prognosis in adult bacterial meningitis.

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