What structures and functions of the nervous system are affected by meningitis?

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Meningitis means swelling of three layers of membranes that protect the brain and nerves were the Cerebral fluid is located, collectively they are called the Meninges. the exact layers of are know as the Pia mater, Arachnoid and the Dura mater these
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