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Neurocysticercosis in a 26-year-old man (MRI)

Neurocysticercosis in a 26-year-old man originally from Congo. (A) T2 FLAIR and (B) contrast T1-weighted images reveal a cystic lesion in the right temporal lobe with no perilesional edema or contrast enhancement. (Contributed by Dr. Lama Abdel Wahed.)

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  • Encephalitis
  • Meningitis
  • Myelitis
  • Space-occupying, rim enhancing lesions