Reversible dementia due to neurocysticercosis: Improvement of the racemose type with antihistamines

@inproceedings{MachadoPorto2015ReversibleDD,
  title={Reversible dementia due to neurocysticercosis: Improvement of the
racemose type with antihistamines},
  author={Gislaine Cristina Lopes Machado-Porto and Leandro Tavares Lucato and F{\'a}bio H. G. Porto and Evandro Cesar de Souza and Ricardo Nitrini},
  booktitle={Dementia & neuropsychologia},
  year={2015}
}
Infection of the human central nervous system (CNS) by the larvae of Taenia solium, termed neurocysticercosis (NCC), is endemic in most developing countries, where it is a major cause of acquired seizures and other neurological morbidity, including neuropsychiatric symptoms. However, despite its frequent manifestation, some findings, such as cognitive… CONTINUE READING