Chronic Atypical Cerebral Ma- laria: A Case Study

  • Mukul Chandra Gope
  • Published 2017


Malaria, often presents in atypical forms in malaria endemic zones. Repeated mosquito bites as well as infrequent or incomplete antimalarial measures, complicate the clinical picture of patients. Patients often develop tolerance, attributable to development of naturally acquired immunity against the parasite. The present case is an example of atypical… (More)


3 Figures and Tables

Slides referencing similar topics