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Arch Neurol. 1982 Jan;39(1):56-7.

Chronic amebic meningoencephalitis.

Abstract

A patient had a five-year history of sleep disturbance that culminated in a confusional illness with convulsions from which he made a partial recovery. On three separate occasions, the same ameba (Hartmannella rhysodes) was seen in and cultured from the patient's CSF. There was a rising serum titer of immobilizing antibody against the isolated strain of the ameba. The diagnosis of chronic amebic meningoencephalitis was considered in this patient.

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