CT scan of Cysticercosis patient

Ovoid Flecks Of calcification resembling grains of rice in the Soft Tissues of lower extremities . The calcification Parallel The long axis of the muscle . This is Characteristics of infection with taenia solium ( Cysticercosis ) . When the Inflammatory Response of the host kills the larval Cysts ( cysticerci ) , they undergo granulomatous change and become calcified.

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IT'S A..CASE OF.. CYSTICERCOSIS .. NEED'S.. ANTIPARASITIC .. ALBENDAZOLE.. AS PER REQUIREMENT.. STEROIDS.. SEE FOR.. NEUROLOGIC .. AND .. OCCULAR .. COMPLICATIONS.. SURGICAL INTERVENTION.. SOS..

Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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Excellent case Transmission through Uncooked or contaminated food is root cause of disease Ophthalmic cysticercosis is contraindications for treatment with albendazole Symptomatic cysticercosis can be treated to T. Albendazole after ruling out ophthalmic cysticercosis

Good case of cysticercosis and well explained

Thanx dr Pushkar ji Bhomia
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Consider albendazole therapy. And also evaluate for systemic involvement.

IN AYURVEDIC MEDICINES TREATMENT OF TAPEWORM IS VIDANGCHURNA AND KAPIKCCHU PHALA LAV WHICH CAN BE GIVEN MIXED WITH BANNANA OR GUL

X Ray study . Cysticerosis . R/O . Neurological as well occular complications.

Case of classical cysticercosis

Y cysticercosis Albendazole is drug of choice

Good case!