N.meningitides featured in Question 10 from the second paper of 2002: "Outline the diagnostic features, complications and treatment of patients with meningococcal sepsis." It also appeared in the ABG interpretation scenario for Question 3.1 from the second paper of 2015, where the trainees were expected to identify the meningococcaemia on the basis of "fever, headache and a widespread rash". The patient also had a horrific blood gas with features of hypoadrenalism, consistent with Waterhouse-Friedrichsen syndrome.
A good NEJM review article is available which covers this territory well. It is the source for most of the information offered in the summary below. If one wished to cultivate an intimate acquaintance with N.meningitides, one may consider reading Rouphael and Stephens' massive opus from 2012.
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