Meningitis is a disease condition that typically affects pediatrics and young adults, so it is usually taught as part of a pediatrics course. However, it is important to note that it can occur at any age. In this episode we’ll be talking about the key types of meningitis and how they differ, namely viral and bacterial meningitis. See references for this lesson and get it in written format here.
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