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Is dementia reversible in patients with neurocysticercosis?
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    Dementia in Neurocysticercosis
    • Daniel Ciampi de Andrade, neurologist
    • Other Contributors:
      • Luís Dos Ramos Machado, José A. Livramento, and Paulo Caramelli

    Dear Editor

    The research from Dr Ramirez-Bermudez is outstanding. It contributes to a subject with such scarce publications in the literature. The high number of patients evaluated and the care in performing correlations between cognitive alterations due to neurocysticercosis (NCC), cerebral spinal fluid and neuroimaging studies are remarkable. However, some topics should be pointed out:

    First, there was...

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