Neurobrucellosis presenting as leukoencephalopathy: the role of cytotoxic T lymphocytes.
Four different clinical manifestations of neurobrucellosis (case reports).
Clinical records: sensorineural hearing loss in neurobrucellosis.
Neurobrucellosis in childhood: six new cases and a review of the literature.
With these clinical and laboratory findings, the patient was diagnosed with neurobrucellosis.
Although uncommon, neurobrucellosis can affect any part of the central or peripheral nervous system, and clinical symptoms are diverse.
Cerebral venous thrombosis: a new manifestation of neurobrucellosis
with intracerebral granuloma caused by a marine mammal Brucella spp.
Evaluation of the clinical presentations in neurobrucellosis.
Chronic intracranial hypertension secondary to neurobrucellosis.
is a rare, severe form of systemic infection and has a broad range of clinical syndromes (1-3).
There are no characteristic CSF biochemical or cellular findings of neurobrucellosis