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Cerebral Cysticercosis with Mental Symptoms

  • J. M. Sutherland (a1) and J. M. Rosie (a2)
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Many current textbooks fail to place sufficient emphasis on the occurrence of psychological symptoms in cysticercosis. The case reported gives point to the contention of Bickerstaff (1955) that clinical manifestations other than epileptic convulsions are not widely recognized.

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Bickerstaff, E. R., Brit. med. J., 1955, i, 1055.
Dixon, H. B. F., and Hargreaves, W. H., Quart. J. med., 1944, 13, 107.
MacArthur, W., British Encyclopaedia of Medical Practice, 1950, 4. London: Butterworth & Co., Ltd.
Williams, A. A., Lancet, 1948, ii, 144.
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Cerebral Cysticercosis with Mental Symptoms

  • J. M. Sutherland (a1) and J. M. Rosie (a2)
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