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Year : 2000  |  Volume : 48  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 85--7

Enlarging single CT lesions can also spontaneously resolve.


Randhir Singh Nagar, Ludhiana, Punjab, India., India

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Computed tomography in two patients, aged 9 and 14 years, with history of focal seizures, revealed single, small, enhancing CT lesions. These patients were treated with albendazole and anticonvulsants. Follow-up CT scans revealed an increase in the size of the solitary lesions. They were managed conservatively and further follow-up CT scans revealed complete resolution of the lesions. The report suggests that some enlarging CT lesions may also spontaneously resolve. The most likely cause of the enlarging lesions was albendazole therapy.






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