A case of reversible anterior bilateral opercular syndrome (Foix-Chavany-Marie syndrome) secondary to cerebral toxoplasma abscesses is described in a patient with AIDS. The symptoms regressed following antitoxoplasma and antiedema drug therapy. Although this is the first reported AIDS-related case, the syndrome is likely to recur in AIDS sufferers in whom multifocal cerebral lesions are common.

Grassi, M., Borella, M., Clerici, F., Perin, C., Bini, M., Mangoni, A. (1994). reversible bilateral opercular syndrome secondary to AIDS-associated cerebral toxoplasmosi. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES, 15, 115-117.

reversible bilateral opercular syndrome secondary to AIDS-associated cerebral toxoplasmosi

PERIN, CECILIA;
1994

Abstract

A case of reversible anterior bilateral opercular syndrome (Foix-Chavany-Marie syndrome) secondary to cerebral toxoplasma abscesses is described in a patient with AIDS. The symptoms regressed following antitoxoplasma and antiedema drug therapy. Although this is the first reported AIDS-related case, the syndrome is likely to recur in AIDS sufferers in whom multifocal cerebral lesions are common.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
bi-opercular syndrome, Foix-Chavany-Marie syndrome, toxoplasmosis, AIDS
English
115
117
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neurological sciences
Grassi, M., Borella, M., Clerici, F., Perin, C., Bini, M., Mangoni, A. (1994). reversible bilateral opercular syndrome secondary to AIDS-associated cerebral toxoplasmosi. ITALIAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES, 15, 115-117.
Grassi, M; Borella, M; Clerici, F; Perin, C; Bini, M; Mangoni, A
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