volume 26, issue 6, P909-911 2012
DOI: 10.3109/02688697.2012.690915
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Sandeep Mohindra

Abstract: Symptomatic, paradoxical intracranial tuberculomas is a rare occurrence. A case of tubercular meningitis, developing paradoxical tuberculomas alongside non-functional ventricular catheter is presented. Catheter removal facilitated removal of these paradoxical lesions, with the patient recovering to near-normal state after completing 12 months of anti-tubeculous therapy. Non-functional ventricular catheter may become the site of paradoxical tuberculomas and these lesions, if symptomatic, may require catheter re…

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