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Fungal, Cryptococcus and Parasitic Meningoencephalitis

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Fungal, Cryptococcus and Parasitic Meningoencephalitis by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course CNS Infection—Clinical Neurology.


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    1. Patient with a recent kidney transplant.
    2. A patient who is a chronic hypertensive.
    3. Patient who works in ship building factory
    4. A patient who is a chronic smoker.
    5. A patient who works in a microbiology laboratory.
    1. Cryptococcus
    2. Histoplasma
    3. Aspergillus
    4. Candida
    5. Coccidiosis
    1. Hydrocephalus is a complication.
    2. Exposure to Turkey is a risk factor.
    3. MRI shows multiple solid masses.
    4. The disease can be treated with antibiotics.
    5. CSF shows high glucose and low protein.
    1. Demonstration of the organisms using India ink preparation.
    2. Demonstration of positive cryptococcal antigen.
    3. CSF shows lymphocytic pleocytosis.
    4. CSF shows low glucose and high protein.
    5. Clinical features are itself diagnostic.
    1. Cefotaxime
    2. Amphotericin B
    3. Fluconazole
    4. Flucytosine
    5. Consolidation therapy

    Author of lecture Fungal, Cryptococcus and Parasitic Meningoencephalitis

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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