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Meningococcus or Neisseria meningitidis, is a bacterium that can cause meningitis. The bacteria are germs that can be found in the rhinopharynx, where it can cause benign rhinopharyngitis or an asymptomatic state. Only one in 400 carriers become victim to a serious meningococcal disease, mostly commonly acute purulent meningitis. Seen through an optical microscope x 1850.
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