Disappearing CT lesions in epilepsy: is tuberculosis or cysticercosis the cause?

@article{Ahuja1989DisappearingCL,
  title={Disappearing CT lesions in epilepsy: is tuberculosis or cysticercosis the cause?},
  author={G. K. Ahuja and Madhuri Behari and Kavitha Prasad and R. K. Goulatia and Bansi Lal Jailkhani},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  year={1989},
  volume={52 7},
  pages={915-6}
}
showed nuchal rigidity; three patients had uni-or bilateral abducensparesis. Three patients had an occipital fracture on skull radiograph. Besides the haematoma, CT showed mild hydrocephalus in three and slight frontotemporal contusion in two patients. Five patients were treated operatively with suboccipital craniotomy, immediately after the diagnosis was made. The patient who did not present until the second week was treated conservatively. All patients had good recovery: only one patient had… CONTINUE READING

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