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R. Petersen et al. 1. 1. S. , 2004). WNV meningitis is clinically similar to that of other viral meningitides. Affected persons experience the abrupt onset of fever, headache, and meningeal signs, including nuchal rigidity, the presence of Kernig and/or Brudzinski signs, and photophobia or phonophobia. , 2003a). , 2003a). S. , 2004). 2. S. , 2004). WNV encephalitis may range in severity from a mild, self-limited confusional state to severe encephalopathy, coma, and death. , 2004). Patients with WNV encephalitis frequently develop a coarse tremor, particularly in the upper extremities.
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Most patients were asymptomatic, and symptoms were self-limited. 2. , 2003; Kulstad and Wichter, 2003). Presence of WNV in skeletal muscle has been noted (Southam and Moore, 1954). , 2004), and WNV has been identified in hepatic and pancreatic specimens at pathology, suggesting that viscerotropic WNV disease may occur (Southam and Moore, 1954). , 2000), but clinical correlation with cardiac dysfunction in humans remains to be demonstrated. , 2004). One person with central diabetes insipidus complicating WNV encephalitis has been reported (Sherman-Weber and Axelrod, 2004).