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Neurocysticercosis Presenting as Homonymous Hemianopia

Lee HJ

Purpose: To report a case of occipital neurocysticercosis presenting as homonymous hemianopia. Case summary: A 52-year-old male with a history of frequent raw pork ingestion for 20 years presented with headaches,...
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A Vasculitis, Caused by Neurocysticercosis, Can Mimic Moyamoya Disease

Park J, Choi EH, Chung YH, Kim JR, Seo WK

Neurocysticercosis (NCC) is the most common central nervous system parasite infection, frequently produces seizure, headache, or hydrocephalus as clinical manifestations. Cerebral vasculitis is an infrequent complication of the clinical phenotype...
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Neurocysticercosis: Clinical Characteristics and Changes from 26 Years of Experience in an University Hospital in Korea

Son HJ, Kim MJ, Jung KH, Choi S, Jung J, Chong YP, Kim SH, Lee SO, Choi SH, Kim YS, Woo JH, Jung BK, Song H, Chai JY

The prevalence of human taeniasis has decreased in Korea. The stool egg positive proportion decreased from 1.9% in 1971 to 0% in 2004 in nationwide surveys. The neurocysticercosis (NCC) is...
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Advances in Serological Diagnosis of Taenia solium Neurocysticercosis in Korea

Ahn CS, Kim JG, Huh S, Kang I, Kong Y

Cysticercosis, a parasitic disease caused by Taenia solium metacestode (TsM), has a major global public health impact in terms of disability-adjusted life years. The parasite preferentially infects subcutaneous tissue, but...
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Extraparenchymal (Racemose) Neurocysticercosis and Its Multitude Manifestations: A Comprehensive Review

Mahale RR, Mehta A, Rangasetty S

Neurocysticercosis is an infection of the central nervous system caused by the larval form of the pork tapeworm Taenia solium. In the brain it occurs in two forms: parenchymal and...
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Hydrocephalus and Neurocysticercosis: Cases Illustrative of Three Distinct Mechanisms

Amelot A, Faillot T

BACKGROUND: Cysticercosis is the most frequent parasitic infection of the nervous system. Most lesions are intracranial, and spinal involvement is rare. We describe here in two cases of neurocysticercosis (NCC)...
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Lumbar Intradural Neurocysticercosis: A Case Report

Han SB, Kwon HJ, Choi SW, Koh HS, Kim SH, Song SH, Youm JY

Cysticercosis is the most common parasitic disease affecting the central nervous system. Spinal involvement is rare in neurocysticercosis, and isolated spinal involvement without evidence of cranial involvement is even rarer....
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Intracranial Cystic Metastasis Mimicking Neurocysticercosis in a Pregnant Woman

Baek JH, Kim E, Noh Y, Shin DH, Park KH, Lee YB, Park HM, Shin DJ, Sung YH

  • KMID: 2343534
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 2014 Aug;32(3):202-205.
Brain metastasis can form large cystic lesions, and its differentiation on the basis of imaging findings alone is difficult. A 36-year-old woman with headache visited emergency room. Two years ago,...
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A Case of Intradural-Extramedullary Form of Primary Spinal Cysticercosis Misdiagnosed as an Arachnoid Cyst

Yoo M, Lee CH, Kim KJ, Kim HJ

We describe a rare case of intradural-extramedullary primary spinal cysticercosis. A 42-year-old man visited our institute for lower back pain. He denied having consumed raw meet. Magnetic resonance (MR) images...
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Emergency Neuroendoscopic Management of Third Ventricular Neurocysticercosis Cyst Presented with Bruns Syndrome : Report of Two Cases and Review of Literature

Teegala R, Rajesh KG, Raviprasad VY, Chennappa

Neurocysticercosis is the commonest parasitic disease of the human central nervous system. The incidence of intra ventricular form of neurocysticercosis (NCC) is less common accounting 10-20% that of total central...
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Human Neurocysticercosis Case and an Endemic Focus of Taenia solium in Lao PDR

Jeon HK, Yong TS, Sohn WM, Chai JY, Min DY, Rim HJ, Insisiengmay B, Eom KS

  • KMID: 1792156
  • Korean J Parasitol.
  • 2013 Oct;51(5):599-602.
A male patient with neurocysticercosis was identified in Montai Village, Xay District, Oudomxay Province, Lao PDR in February 2004. He had a history of diagnosis for neurocysticercosis by a CT...
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A Case of Miliary Brain Metastasis of Lung Cancer Mimicking Neurocysticercosis

Lee HJ, Oh IJ, Park SW, Ban HJ, Kim YC, Kim SO

  • KMID: 2319740
  • Tuberc Respir Dis.
  • 2012 Feb;72(2):182-186.
Miliary brain metastasis from the lung is uncommon and has a poor therapeutic response. We report a case of pulmonary adenocarcinoma combined with multiple brain cystic lesions that were initially...
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Isolated Spinal Neurocysticercosis : Unusual Ocular Presentation Mimicking Pseudotumor Cerebri

Seo JH, Seo HJ, Kim SW, Shin H

Spinal intradural cysticercosis is a rare manifestation of neurocysticercosis. We report a unique patient who showed visual symptoms and normal imaging of the brain caused by isolated spinal neurocysticercosis. A...
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Disseminated Cysticercosis

Park SY, Kong MH, Kim JH, Song KY

  • KMID: 2339929
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 2011 Mar;49(3):190-193.
Disseminated cysticercosis is a rare form of cysticercosis in which the cysticerci spread out through the whole body. We report the first case of a 39-year-old Mongolian with disseminated cysticercosis....
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Herniated Lumbar Disc Combined with Spinal Intradural Extramedullary Cysticercosis

Choi KB, Hwang BW, Choi WG, Lee SH

Spinal cysticercosis is a very uncommon manifestation of neurocysticercosis which is caused by the larvae of Taenia solium. However, it can develop as a primary infection through blood stream or...
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Claude's Syndrome Associated with Neurocysticercosis

Song TJ, Suh SH, Cho H, Lee KY

Claude's syndrome is a distinctive brainstem syndrome characterized by ipsilateral third cranial nerve palsy with contralateral hemiataxia and is due to an intrinsic or extrinsic lesion in the midbrain. We...
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Second Reactivation of Neurocysticercosis: A Case Report

Shim YS, Hwang HY, Choi HY, Kim JE, Kim HS

This report describes the first case involving a second reactivation of neurocysticercosis. There was peripheral enhancement and surrounding edema at multiple calcified lesions in both cerebral hemispheres on the brain...
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Neurocysticercosis Involving the Pituitary Stalk : Case Report and Literature Review

Cheong JH, Kim JM, Kim CH

Neurocysticercosis (NCC) is the most common parasitic infestation of the central nervous system. Most cases of NCC are to related and/or associated with inflammation within the cerebral parenchyma. A 71-year-old...
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Successful Treatment of Enterocutaneous Fistula in a Hemodialysis Patient with Somatostatin

Kiykim AA, Uyar B, Katircibasi T, Ocal K, Yildiz A, Ozer C

Although cysticercosis is the most common parasitic disease affecting the central nervous system, spinal cysticercosis is rare. A rare form of spinal cysticercosis involving the whole spinal canal is presented....
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A Case of Extensive Spinal Cysticercosis Involving the Whole Spinal Canal in a Patient with a History of Cerebral Cysticercosis

Shin DA, Shin HC

Although cysticercosis is the most common parasitic disease affecting the central nervous system, spinal cysticercosis is rare. A rare form of spinal cysticercosis involving the whole spinal canal is presented....
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