A Rare Case of Enhancing Anterior Interhemispheric Racemose Neurocysticercosis with Foci of Calcification and Direct Parenchymal Extension

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NCC is the most common parasitic infestation of the CNS and the most common cause of late-onset epilepsy in endemic areas (1-3). Cysticercosis has a predilection for the eyes, CNS and striated muscles due to high glycogen and glucose content within these cells. In the brain, it can affect the meninges, parenchyma, ventricles and subarachnoid space. Clinical… (More)

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