Imaging and Serological-Evidence of Neurocysticercosis Among Patients with Seizures in Odisha, an Unexplored Eastern Coastal Province in India.

Neurocysticercosis being a potential to human transmitted disease, is the major cause of seizures and a public health problem in tropical countries. T...
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