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Management of potential neurocysticercosis in patients with HIV infection

Sashank Prasad, Rob Roy MacGregor, Pablo Tebas, Lourdes B Rodriguez, Javier A Bustos, A Clinton White
Clinical Infectious Diseases 2006 February 15, 42 (4): e30-4
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In patients with human immunodeficiency virus, the diagnosis of neurocysticercosis can be complex, and the current diagnostic criteria may not apply. We report 3 cases and suggest including the CD4+ T lymphocyte count as an important factor in the proper diagnosis and treatment of patients with human immunodeficiency virus and potential neurocysticercosis.

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