[A case of AIDS-associated primary CNS lymphoma difficult to differentiate from toxoplasmic encephalitis by clinical symptoms, neuroimages, and therapeutic responses].

We reported a 24-year-old Thai woman who developed primary CNS lymphoma (PCNSL) associated with acquired immunodeficency syndrome. It was difficult to distinguish PCNSL from toxoplamic encephalitis in this case by clinical symptoms, findings of CT and MRI, and therapeutic responses for toxoplasmosis. It is important to make a definite diagnosis of PCNSL by… (More)