What Is Meningism?


Meningism refers to symptoms that mimic those of meningitis but without the swelling of the meninges. It is the triad of nuchal rigidity, photophobia and headache. It is a symptom of irritation of the meninges, such as seen in subarachnoid haemorrhages, meningitis and various other diseases.
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