MRI findings in a cohort of brain injured survivors of pediatric cerebral malaria.


Abstract. A prospective cohort study of retinopathy-confirmed cerebral malaria (CM) survivors identified 42 of 132 with neurologic sequelae. The 38 survivors with sequelae who were alive when magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology became available underwent brain MRIs. Common MRI abnormalities included periventricular T2 signal changes (53%), atrophy… (More)
DOI: 10.4269/ajtmh.12-0538


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