Definition of Acute hemorrhagic encephalitis
1. Noun. Encephalitis that resembles apoplexy due to blood extravasation.
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Literary usage of Acute hemorrhagic encephalitis
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1. Monographic Medicine by William Robie Patten Emerson, Guido Guerrini, William Brown, Wendell Christopher Phillips, John Whitridge Williams, John Appleton Swett, Hans Günther, Mario Mariotti, Hugh Grant Rowell (1916)
"... Acute Ophthalmoplegia) This is an acute hemorrhagic encephalitis, limited to the central gray matter in the floor of the third ventricle and around the ..."
2. Diseases of the Nervous System: A Text-book for Students and Practitioners by Hermann Oppenheim, Edward E. Mayer (1904)
"... degeneration of the myocardium, and the like, have been noticed. Diagnosis.—A diagnosis of acute hemorrhagic encephalitis must be made with caution. ..."
3. Medical Ophthalmology by Arnold Herman Knapp (1918)
"acute hemorrhagic encephalitis.—This disease usually attacks the cerebrum in children and young adults (girls) and is often the cause for cerebral infantile ..."
4. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1899)
"He made the diagnosis of acute hemorrhagic encephalitis in a case in which the symptoms of the disease disappeared. The patient died later from ..."
5. A Handbook of Medical Diagnosis: For the Use of Practitioners and Students by James Cornelius Wilson (1915)
"acute hemorrhagic encephalitis. The disease is characterized by multiple foci of congestion and both punctate and massive hemorrhage, with infiltration of ..."
6. The Treatment of Diseases of the Nervous System: A Manual for Practitioners by Joseph Collins (1900)
"... way at variance with the indications in either of these conditions occurring alone. Etiology.—acute hemorrhagic encephalitis occurs most frequently in ..."