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Sweet's Syndrome Associated with Bacterial Meningitis

Abstract

We reoprt an unusual case of Sweet's syndrome associated with bacterial meningitis in a 38-year-old woman. Sweet's syndrome is associated with various diseases. The etiology and pathogenesis are still undefined. The patient presented with fever, headache, and cerebrospinal fluid finding of bacterial meningitis. This is the first reoprted case of Sweet's syndrome assoclated with bacterial meningitis.

Keyword

Sweet's syndrome; Bacterial meningitis

MeSH Terms

Adult
Cerebrospinal Fluid
Female
Fever
Headache
Humans
Meningitis, Bacterial*
Sweet Syndrome*

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