May be a good reference for us.
Don't miss the History that is after the article....
<<47-year-old male who presented to our hospital with partial motor seizures. Isolated seizures began 3 years earlier and had become weekly tonic-clonic seizures over the past several months. Oral phenytoin was begun 2 months ago after a CT scan in a peripheral hospital. After further evaluation at another hospital in Lima oral albendazole therapy was begun. Several days before the current admission the seizures worsened and post-ictally the patient exhibited bizarre behavior with frank hallucinations. There was no history of fever, cough, recent head trauma, or constitutional symptoms>>>
This poor guy had been thru the wringer and was pretty much dead before they figured out what the problem was!
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