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CSF cells in tuberculous meningitis. Humoral and cellular immune response.

In 10 patients with tuberculous meningitis both T and B lymphocyte activation was observed in the CSF from clinical onset of disease. During the course of the illness, the humoral response remained most marked, disappearing by 2 months, while the cellular immune response continued for about another 3 months. This contrasts with acute viral meningitis, in which both responses cease within 1-2 weeks of disease.[1]


  1. CSF cells in tuberculous meningitis. Humoral and cellular immune response. Pelc, S., De Maertelaere, E. J. Neurol. Sci. (1981) [Pubmed]
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