Multiple Intracranial Hydatidosis

@article{Zain2002MultipleIH,
  title={Multiple Intracranial Hydatidosis},
  author={T. J. Al Zain and S. H. Al-Witry and Hamed Khalili and Said Aboud and F. T. Al Zain},
  journal={Acta Neurochirurgica},
  year={2002},
  volume={144},
  pages={1179-1185}
}
 Background: Multiple intracranial hydatidosis (MIH) is a rare disease, with serious neurological manifestations, high recurrence and a mortality rate comparable sometimes to malignant disease. The causes of multiple infestations and their mechanisms are not clearly understood. Several attempts at classification are reported in the literature, but the diversity in location of these cysts in the brain and other organs, their appearance and recurrence rates remain largely unexplainable… CONTINUE READING

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