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Case Study Case Rep. 2016; 6(4): 108-111

Hemichorea in Tuberculous meningitis

Munish Kumar; Durgesh Kumar; Alok Onkar Sahu; Nikesh Kumar; Kamlesh Tewary.

Involuntary movements are rare presentation in tuberculous meningitis. It usually occurs
in children less than five years of age. We report a 22 year male patient diagnosed as
tuberculous meningitis on the basis of clinical history and cerebrospinal fluid
examination, presented with right hemichorea. On CT head had acute lacunar infarct in
left caudate nucleus.

Key words: Tuberculous meningitis;Chorea;Caudate infarct

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