Rare Presentation of Community Acquired Cryptococcal Meningitis in Immunocompetent Individual

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Gopalagari Vinodkrishna
N. N. Anand
A. Karthick Ramalingam
Anandh Mohan


Cryptococcal Infections that mainly caused by Cryptococcus species and occurs huge and in a wide range variation of hosts, and ranging from the severely immunosuppressed to those people, who are phenotypically “normal” immune systems.

Mortality from the cryptococcal meningitis is high and it also developed countries, due to current antifungal drugs inadequacy. Accordingly, the complicatios also raised the intracranial pressure.

Early diagnosis of disease and treatment process can reduce the effectiveness of cryptococcal meningitis that helps to decrease the rate of mortality.

Morbidity and mortality also associated underscores the early microbiological diagnosis and importance of precise. A high level of iThe clinical suspicion of high index level and the mycological surveillance is more essential that help in the early diagnosis process  as well as appropriate therapy.

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Gopalagari Vinodkrishna, N. N. Anand, A. Karthick Ramalingam, & Anandh Mohan. (2023). Rare Presentation of Community Acquired Cryptococcal Meningitis in Immunocompetent Individual. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 11(1), 3034–3036. Retrieved from https://www.jclmm.com/index.php/journal/article/view/795


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