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Society guideline links: Infectious encephalitis

Deputy Editor
Jennifer Mitty, MD, MPH


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World Health Organization (WHO): Position paper on Japanese encephalitis vaccines (2015)

International Encephalitis Consortium (IEC): Consensus statement on case definitions, diagnostic algorithms, and priorities in encephalitis (2013)

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Literature review current through: Oct 2017. | This topic last updated: Apr 11, 2017.
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