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Neurocysticercosis: parasitology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, and recent advances in management






Quarterly Journal of Medicine 68(256): 575-583

Neurocysticercosis: parasitology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, and recent advances in management

The biology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, treatment and control of neurocysticercosis in man (caused by Taenia solium) are briefly reviewed.


Accession: 001893054

PMID: 3076674

DOI: 10.1093/oxfordjournals.qjmed.a068225



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