Diagnosing Central European encephalitis

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Central European encephalitis is diagnosed by: 

Standing doctor pointing at a notepad with a clinical history

The patient’s symptoms.  

Immune system cell with antibodies

Identification of antibodies (serology) in serum or cerebrospinal fluid. Serology is almost always positive during the neurological phase of the disease.   

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