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Eosinophilic meningitis is a condition where the meninges of the brain become inflamed and there is a presence of eosinophilic cells in the cerebro-spinal fluid. The symptoms usually are headache, stiffness of the neck, mental confusion and changes in behaviour. Treatments include taking antiparasitic medications, taking anticonvulsants for the presence of seizures and painkillers to reduce headaches. Prognosis is poor in people suffering from this kind of meningitis.
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