Acute viral encephalitis in children
2. Viral meningoencepahalitis
Temporal lobe - HSV
Entire brain – Arbovirus
Basal structures - Rabies
Headache is most often frontal or generalized; adolescents frequently complain of retrobulbar pain. As body temperature increases, there may be mental dullness, progressing to stupor in combination with bizarre movements and convulsions. Exanthems often precede or accompany the CNS signs.
Vasu Burli | DNB (Pediatrics) Fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care
Vasu completed his Pediatrics residency at Kanchi KamaKoti Childs Trust Hospital, Chennai and received further training in Pediatric Intensive care in India and UK