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Acute movement disorders with basal ganglia lesions have been recently described in diabetic-uremic patients of Asian descent. The process is often reversible, with a favourable clinical outcome. Metabolic (i.e. uremic toxins) and microangiopathic changes have been suggested to be involved in its...
Cryptococcal meningitis is a common opportunistic infection among patients with AIDS. Cranial nerve neuropathies are well-known complications that occur due to increased intracranial pressure and inflammation of cranial nerves in such patients but have not been previously reported to involve more...