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  • Cerebral and subcutaneous cysticercosis treated with albendazole 

    Schmidt D.K.T.; Jordaan H.F.; Schneider J.W.; Cilliers J. (1995)
    Background. Cysticercosis is the most common parasitic disease of the central nervous system in the world, but cysticercosis cutis has been reported much less frequently. Because 54% of patients present with subcutaneous ...

  • Vertebral cysticercosis. A case report 

    Vlok G.J.; Wells M.C. (1988)
    Cysticercosis is a well-known condition in man, affecting the brain and neuromuscular tissue. Bony involvement is very rare. Our patient presented with destruction of the 11th thoracic vertebra and paraplegia. The diagnosis ...