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Neurotoxoplasmosis Neurotoxoplasmosis, also know as cerebral toxoplasmosis, is an opportunistic infection, caused by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii, which typically affects patients with HIV/AIDS, and...

Neurotoxoplasmosis Neurotoxoplasmosis, also know as cerebral toxoplasmosis, is an opportunistic infection, caused by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii, which typically affects patients with HIV/AIDS, and...

cns vasculitis - Google Search

cns vasculitis - Google Search

Documented Rate of Provoked Seizures from Chicken Pox Vaccine Dramatically Outpaces the Natural Infection Risk

Documented Rate of Provoked Seizures from Chicken Pox Vaccine Dramatically Outpaces the Natural Infection Risk

Case of the day: Neurocysticercosis - many 'cyst with dot sign' lesions #Radiology #MRI #neurology pic.twitter.com/YXcaZGkm

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Case of the day: Neurocysticercosis - many 'cyst with dot sign' lesions #Radiology #MRI #neurology pic.twitter.com/YXcaZGkm

Investigadores descubren células madre de la grasa del propio paciente podrían potencialmente ofrecer nuevos tratamientos directamente en el cerebro después de la eliminación de un glioblastoma, la forma más común de cáncer cerebral.

Investigadores descubren células madre de la grasa del propio paciente podrían potencialmente ofrecer nuevos tratamientos directamente en el cerebro después de la eliminación de un glioblastoma, la forma más común de cáncer cerebral.

Head Trauma. MRI showing increased signal intensity (pink) surrounding the right (on your left) cerebral hemisphere. This represents bleeding into the subdural space between the arachnoid and dura.

Head Trauma. MRI showing increased signal intensity (pink) surrounding the right (on your left) cerebral hemisphere. This represents bleeding into the subdural space between the arachnoid and dura.

Hemimegalencephaly, the rarest of the cortical developmental disorders. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/emimegalencephaly

Hemimegalencephaly, the rarest of the cortical developmental disorders. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/emimegalencephaly

National Stroke Association Faces of Afib and Stroke PSA - Faces of Stroke

National Stroke Association Faces of Afib and Stroke PSA - Faces of Stroke

Fahr syndrome, also known as bilateral striatopallidodentate calcinosis, is characterised by abnormal vascular calcium deposition, particularly in the basal ganglia, cerebellar dentate nuclei, and white matter, with subsequent atrophy.    It can be either primary (usually autosomal dominant) or secondary to a large number of underlying illnesses or metabolic disturbances.     https://radiopaedia.org/articles/fahr-syndrome-1

Fahr syndrome, also known as bilateral striatopallidodentate calcinosis, is characterised by abnormal vascular calcium deposition, particularly in the basal ganglia, cerebellar dentate nuclei, and white matter, with subsequent atrophy. It can be either primary (usually autosomal dominant) or secondary to a large number of underlying illnesses or metabolic disturbances. https://radiopaedia.org/articles/fahr-syndrome-1

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