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Cysticercosis: Multiple Metastases

  • Hrvoje Vavro
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Abstract

Headache and dizziness lasting for 3 weeks made this 55-year-old lady seek medical help at the neurological clinic. Her initial neurological status was normal; personal medical history was unremarkable. The neurologist referred her to a brain CT examination (Fig. 9.1).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Diagnostic and InterventioClinical Hospital DubravaZagrebCroatia

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