A rare case of cotrimoxazole-induced eosinophilic aseptic meningitis in an HIV-infected patient.


A case of cotrimoxazole-induced meningoencephalitis in an HIV-infected patient without signs of AIDS is reported. The patient developed an apparently generalized seizure, of cotrimoxazole, 1 month after first taking a dose of this drug and a febrile coma after a second dose 3 weeks later. Lumbar puncture revealed eosinophilic aseptic meningitis. The patient… (More)


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