A young male 34 yrs old who is a Engineer by profession presented with GTCS for the first time....He was in post ictal phase during admission....MRI brain was done....What could be the possible differentials in this case and the approach to this patient

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Multiple calcified granulomatous lesion scattered throughout the brain. Neurocysticercosis / Tuberculoma/ Metastatic lesions in brain etc. Immunoglobulin tests for TB and cysticercus. X-ray Chest, complete CSF study, try to find out any primary carcinomatous lesion.

Mri brain is showing lesions in multiple areas few are faint while few are dense calcified . Hemogram shows leucocytosis tlc is more than 16000 polys are moreionic balance is disturbed hypokalamia and hypocalcimia.d/d pyogenic meningitis or neurocystosarcosis

Multiple lesion seen in mri.....d/d...tuberculoma....meningitis...cesticercosis....lp and.....xray chest...cbnaat...advised...plus..tlc..is...high..pyogenic....may be possible....histry suggestion is must

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Neurocysticercosis D/d tubercular cavities/ abscesses Fungal abscesses Anti edema / convulsants Cxr, csf, immune status, blood sugars,stool for ova/ cysts, immunological tests for neurocysticercosis/ tuberculosis/ fungal

Multiple ring enhancing lesions ,low albumin probably chronic ds so i will go with cystisercosis Tuberculoma ,CSF cell count cell type sugar ADA csf TB gold

Agreed sir
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Start sky appearance suggestive of neurocysticercosis.Adv csf exam & look for cysticercal antibodies.

Cysticercal antigen
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Calcification in third ventricle neurocytosarcosis dd tuberculoma dd glioblastoma low calcium and albumin core biopsy HP must

Agreed with Dr.Sunita k

Electrolyte disturbance cva

loo%-Sure- But what is the final diagnosi:S . And response to the treatment.
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