Intracranial caseating granulomas with no infectious organism detected.

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BACKGROUND Caseating granuloma is a classic histopathological feature of mycobacterial infections. Occasionally, no infectious organism is demonstrated despite extensive examination of intracranial caseating granulomas. The pathogenesis and optimal management strategy for patients with such intracranial caseating granulomas with no detectable infectious… (More)

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@article{Ghavanini2011IntracranialCG, title={Intracranial caseating granulomas with no infectious organism detected.}, author={Amer A Ghavanini and David Gonzalo Mu{\~n}oz}, journal={The Canadian journal of neurological sciences. Le journal canadien des sciences neurologiques}, year={2011}, volume={38 1}, pages={82-7} }