A brain abscess is a pus-filled swelling in the brain that typically occurs when bacteria or fungi enter the brain tissue after an infection or severe head injury. A brain abscess can be life-threatening and must be treated promptly.
Symptoms vary depending on the location of the brain abscess but may include:
Treatment includes antibiotics and close monitoring. In some cases, the abscess may need to be drained or removed surgically if:
Anterior Cervical Fusions
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