A Rare Case of Salmonella typhi Meningitis in an Eleven Month Old Infant: A Case Report
Non-typhoidal Salmonella are infrequent causes of childhood meningitis. Most reports of Salmonella typhi meningeal infections are confined to neonates. A rare instance of S. typhi in an otherwise healthy eleven month old infant is being reported.
Keywords: Salmonella typhi, meningitis, infant.
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