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A Case of Aseptic Meningitis with an Isolated Positive Ocular Globe Compression Sign Diagnosed by Repeat Lumbar Puncture.
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  • Yuichiro Mine,
  • Taiju Miyagami,
  • Satoshi Furuya,
  • Takayuki Furusaka,
  • Yusuke Kondo,
  • Mari Arikawa,
  • Toshio Naito
Yuichiro Mine
Juntendo Daigaku
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Taiju Miyagami
Juntendo Daigaku
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Satoshi Furuya
Juntendo Daigaku
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Takayuki Furusaka
Juntendo Daigaku
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Yusuke Kondo
Juntendo Daigaku - Hongo Campus
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Mari Arikawa
Juntendo University
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Toshio Naito
Juntendo Daigaku
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Abstract

This report describes a case of aseptic meningitis suspected of having positive ocular globe compression sign in a 33-year-old man who was diagnosed only after repeated lumbar puncture. We highlight the importance of repeat lumbar puncture and the clinical value of ocular globe compression sign in suspecting aseptic meningitis.
26 Jul 2022Submitted to Clinical Case Reports
27 Jul 2022Assigned to Editor
27 Jul 2022Submission Checks Completed
03 Aug 2022Reviewer(s) Assigned