Tuberculous meningitis presents as either a slowly progressive illness with persistent and intractable headache that has been present for weeks, followed by confusion, lethargy, meningismus, focal neurological deficits, and cranial nerve deficits, or

an acute meningoencephalitis characterized by coma, raised intracranial pressure, seizures, and focal neurological deficits. 



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