Non tumoral intracranial expansive processes: clinical-tomographic correlation

Patricia Campos, Genaro Herrera, F. Valencia, A. Fuentes-Dávila Juan Cabrera, E. Gotuzzo, E. Chaparro, D. Vizcarra, D. Arbaiza, J. Sánchez
1991 Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria  
Presentation of clinical-tomographic correlation in 111 cases of non tumoral intracranial expansive processes seen between 1984-1988 in the Hospital Cayetano Heredia (Lima, Peru). Emphasis is given fundamentally to: (1) the importance of stablishing the or-ganicity of partial and late epilepsy; (2) the high incidence rate of inflammatory infectious processes with CNS compromise in underdeveloping countries; (3) the necessity of making public the importance of two parisitic diseases in the
more » ... seases in the differential diagnosis of non tumoral intracranial expansive processes: free living amebiasis, and toxoplasmosis (especially in association with AIDS).
doi:10.1590/s0004-282x1991000300010 pmid:1807229 fatcat:zwawp5odqfegxny3gfgukskscu