Pearls & Oy-sters: Trigeminal Nerve Dysfunction as the Key Diagnostic Clue to Listeria Rhombencephalitis

Listeria rhombencephalitis should be considered in patients with prodromal symptoms and asymmetric cranial nerve, long-tract, or cerebellar signs, even in the initial absence of fever or meningismus.

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