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After publication of this work , we became aware of two errors in Table two (Table 1 here). In the column describing scanned patients without hydrocephalus the CSF:blood
glucose index and CSF protein levels were incorrect and should instead be 0.04 and
4.6 g/L respectively.
Table 1.Clinical and laboratory features of bacterial meningitis patients with and without
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