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Chronic meningitis, seizures and myoclonus


A 70-year-old retired male plumber was admitted with reduced consciousness following a recent onset of confusion and headache. He developed encephalopathy, seizures and myoclonus. He died despite treatment 10 weeks later. This article reports the clinicopathological conference presented at the Edinburgh Clinical Neurology Course 2021.

  • CSF
  • MRI
  • neurooncology
  • myoclonus
  • epilepsy

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