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Which one of the following features of headache is most suspicious of a serious intracranial cause:
A 6 year old girl presents with first generalised tonic clonic seizure, no fever. Examination in the ED is normal. There has been a 6 month history of headaches occurring once every 2 weeks, there was no vomiting, but were severe and required analgesia. In between the headaches she had been well. There is a family history of migraines. Which is the most appropriate investigation:
You see a 5 year old who you suspect of having meningitis. She presents with a fever, complains of headache, vomiting and turns away when you try to elucidate pupillary light reflex. She is stable, but does have periods of drowsiness, you cannot see papilloedema and she remains tachycardic throughout your assessment. In which order would you perform the following actions:
Features suggestive of a migraine:
After a case of meningococcal meningitis in your ED, who needs chemoprophylaxis?
Which of the following CSF results are suggestive of bacterial meningitis in a 2 week old baby?
In a neonate what is the most common pathogen causing bacterial meningitis?
In the neonate which is the most appropriate antibiotic combination in suspected bacterial meningitis
Which of the following with regards to intracranial pathology are correct.
Which of the following is not suggestive of NAI?