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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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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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Oculomotor Palsy from Neurocysticercosis Involving the Midbrain

Jeong SM, Kim JS, Moon SY, Kang SY, Kang JH, Choi KM, Chung YB

  • KMID: 2185775
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 2003 Dec;21(6):667-670.
Papilledema, pupillary abnormalities, and nystagmus are common neuro-ophthalmologic signs in neurocysticercosis (NCC). Oculomotor palsy rarely occurs and usually accompanies compression of the midbrain by supratentorial or subarachonoid lesions with or...
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Recurrent Tetraplegia in Mixed Type Neurocysticercosis: A case report

Kim JH, Ju SR, Han JY, Choi IS, Lee SG, Rowe SM

  • KMID: 2323896
  • J Korean Acad Rehabil Med.
  • 2003 Aug;27(4):617-621.
Neurocysticercosis is the most common parasitic disease of the central nervous system. Generally, the spinal cord involvement of neurocysticercosis is very rare. We experienced a 52-year-old female patient presented with...
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A Case of Neurocysticercosis Presenting with Myelopathy and Hydrocephalus

Yoon JW, Rhee DY, Park H, Park HS, Kim SY

  • KMID: 1955951
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 2002 Jan;31(1):82-85.
OBJECTIVE: The authors report a case of racemose neurocysticercosis presented with myelopathy and hydrocephalus. The cllinical symtoms were not relieved even after the operations with albendazole medication. METHODS: A 44 year-old...
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Intractable Epilepsy associated with Neurocysticercosis: Perilesional Epileptogenic Features

Yoon SJ, Seo DW, Hong SB, Suh YL, Lee KH, Lee WY, Kim BJ

  • KMID: 2066176
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 1999 Sep;17(5):645-650.
BACKGROUND: Neurocysticercosis (NCC) is the most common parasitic disease of the CNS and seizures are the most frequent clinical manifestations of it. Although the medical treatment of NCC is effective,...
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MR Findings of Degenerating Parenchymal Neurocysticercosis

Lee Y, Chung EA, Yang I, Park HJ, Chung SY

  • KMID: 2347009
  • J Korean Radiol Soc.
  • 1996 Jun;34(6):695-701.
PURPOSE: To evaluate MR imaging findings of degenerating parenchymal neurocysticercosis and to determine the characteristics which distinguish it from other brain diseases. METHODS: MR imagings of 19 patients (56 lesions)of degenerating...
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A Case of Ophthalmoplegia due to Subarachnoid Neurocysticercosis

Oh HG, Kim JH, Kim YS

  • KMID: 2342539
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 1996 Jun;14(2):627-632.
Ophthalmoplegia has many possible causes that must be considered. Among them, common causes of combined third, forth, and sixth nerve palsies at the base of brain induced mass effect are...
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Acquired Chiari-malformation after Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt for Hydrocepalus Associated with Neurocysticercosis

Lee JK, Park JY, Chung HS, Suh JK, Lee KC, Lee HK

  • KMID: 2188072
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 1996 Jun;25(6):1313-1317.
Acquired Chiari malformation is a term describing the low lying cerebellar tonsils subsequent to the documentation of a normal hind brain. It is radiograpnhically indistinguishable from Chiari-I type malformation. Ventricular...
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Stereotactic Surgery of Neurocysticercosis

Lee JC, Min BK, Kwon JT, Ahn YH, Park K, Suk JS

  • KMID: 2187966
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 1996 Apr;25(4):851-855.
The authors had performed stereotactic surgery to diagnose and treat 2 cases of neurocysticercosis under the local anethesia. Generally, such the open surgery need a general anethesia which may increase...
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The Role of ELISA in Prediction of the Prognosis after Treatment of Neurocysticercosis

Moon BG, Kim NK, Kim YS, Ko Y, Oh SH, Oh SJ, Kim KM

  • KMID: 2187869
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 1994 Feb;23(2):149-159.
The diagnosis of neurocysticercosis is relatively easy with brain computed tomo-grarhy(CT) and/or magnetic resonance imaging(MRI) and ELISA test of serum and cerebrospinal fluid(CSF). The clinical manifestation of the disease are...
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Mesencephalothalamic Lacunar Syndrome Due to Neurocysticercosis

Lee SK, Kim JW, Ha KM

  • KMID: 1957408
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 1992 Sep;10(3):370-374.
A 45-year-old male with meningeal neurocysticercosis presented with mesence-phalothalamic syndrome as a variant of lacunar syndrome. Brain magnetic resonance imaging showed bilateral paramedian thalamic and mesencephalic infarction with cystic dilatation...
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The Advantage of MRI in the Diagnosis of Neurocysticercosis

Kwon OY, Kim HC, Kim JH, Chung KC, Kim MH

  • KMID: 1686126
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 1992 Mar;10(1):42-48.
Neurocysticercosis is a CNS infestation of encysted larval stage of pork tapeworm when a man serves as the intermediate host. This infestation is classified into 4 types depending on lnvoloved...
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Observation on neurocysticercosis in childhood

Park HJ, Jang SH, Hwang SH, Sohn JI, Hwang YS, Wang KC, Cho BK, Kim IO, Yeun KM, Chi JG, Cho SY

  • KMID: 1691783
  • J Korean Pediatr Soc.
  • 1991 Jun;34(6):877-889.
No abstract available.
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Albendazole Therapy for Multiple Neurocysticercosis

Kwon GH, Ihm JH

  • KMID: 2067861
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 1990 Dec;19(10-12):1422-1425.
Albendazole is a new drug for the treatment of cerebral cysticercosis. We have recently experience a case that had shown poor therapeutic response to praziquantel. The patient have multiple parenchymal...
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