Calcified neurocysticercus, perilesional edema, and histologic inflammation.

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Abstract. Here, we present the second report of the histopathology of a Taenia solium calcification giving rise to perilesional edema. This has important implications, because if perilesional edema lesions are inflammatory in character, immunosuppressive or anti-inflammatory medications, not just antiepileptic drugs alone, may be useful to prevent or treat… (More)
DOI: 10.4269/ajtmh.13-0589

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