Paradoxical reaction in HIV negative tuberculous meningitis.

@article{Garg2014ParadoxicalRI,
  title={Paradoxical reaction in HIV negative tuberculous meningitis.},
  author={Ravindra Kumar Garg and Hardeep Singh Malhotra and Neeraj Kumar},
  journal={Journal of the neurological sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={340 1-2},
  pages={26-36}
}
This review focusses on paradoxical reactions occurring during the treatment of tuberculous meningitis (TBM) in human immunodeficiency virus-negative cases. A paradoxical reaction is defined as the worsening of a pre-existing lesion or the appearance of new lesion in a patient whose clinical symptoms initially improved with anti-tuberculosis treatment. A number of different paradoxical reactions have been reported in patients with TBM including expansion of existing cerebral tuberculomas, and… CONTINUE READING

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