Cerebral Toxoplasmosis after Renal Transplantation: Case Report

@inproceedings{Am1986CerebralTA,
  title={Cerebral Toxoplasmosis after Renal Transplantation: Case Report},
  author={Tsanaclis Am and de Morais Cf},
  year={1986}
}
Summary A 19-year-old immunosuppressed male patient, after renal transplantation, developed at the 10 th postoperative day (p.d.) fever, anemia hepatosplenomegaly and plaquetopenia; this condition deteriorated progressively and was complicated by drowsiness and generalized convulsions which persisted until the death at the 29 th p.d. Autopsy revealed acute encephalitis characterized by multiple disseminated small lesions in the brain, containing cysts and trophozoites of Toxoplasma gondii. The… CONTINUE READING

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