certainly has particular criteria she used in making this diagnosis of cysticercosis
. It has a particular apearance on the scan, and also depending on the ascernal of clinical symptoms you present, good be a good orientation.
is a different illnesses, with very different clinical characteristics. Involvement of the cerebellum
can occur, but when present, clinical, radiologic signs are really quite different and characteristic. Its really quite difficult to take cysticercosis for multiple sclerosis, for the clinical scenarios are really quite different.
However, the pas history, travel history, pas feeding habits, exposure to pock or particular risk factors for cysticercosis and certain serologic tests could be key guides in further distinguishing these two clinical syndromes.
Thanks and best regards as I pray this helps,