Meaning of meningitic in English:

meningitic

Pronunciation /ˌmɛnɪnˈdʒɪtɪk/

adjective

See meningitis

‘After the minor, flu-like illness, patients develop a meningitic phase as the virus reaches the central nervous system.’
  • ‘The proportion of meningitic and nonmeningitic disease caused by serogroups B and C was similar.’
  • ‘This study investigated whether postbacterial meningitic patients with no apparent clinical sensorineural hearing loss had any evidence of more subtle subclinical cochlear deficit.’
  • ‘Finally, as hearing loss is the most frequent sequela in survivors of meningitis, I will discuss post meningitic hearing loss including possible etiologies and suggested follow up.’
  • ‘The second patient had two episodes of meningitic illness.’