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Clinical syndromes include subacute or chronic meningitis, focal brain or spinal cord lesions, stroke syndromes and encephalitis [10,12].
Tuberculous Meningitis was the most common cause of the chronic meningitis affecting the 6th and 3rd cranial nerves more frequently.
High degree of suspicion is the need of the hour in both immunocompetent and immunocompromised patient presenting with features of chronic meningitis.

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