Cysticercosis producing various neurological presentations in a patient: case report
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Br J Neurosurg. 1992;6(4):365-9.
Cysticercosis producing various neurological presentations in a patient: case report.
Bills DC1, Symon L. 1 Gough-Cooper Department, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London, UK.
We present an unusual case of neurocysticercosis supported by characteristic lesions on computed tomography and positive serum and CSF titres. The patient came to medical attention on various occasions over a decade with three clearly separate neurological presentations (acute psychosis, cerebral infarction, and hydrocephalus) before diagnosis was made.