Linda de Gouveia and Colleen Bamford - SASCM
A 19-year-old female university student was admitted to casualty with a 26-hour history of high fever, chills, severe headache and a stiff neck. Soon after arriving at casualty she vomited twice. She had received all appropriate immunizations and was otherwise healthy. No travel history was available.
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