Neurobrucellosis: A neglected entity? An update from tertiary care Neurocentre of South East Asia

Neurobrucellosis is the most serious complication of brucellosis with neither a typical clinical picture nor a specific cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) picture and mimics other neurological disorders leading to diagnostic dilemma. The prevalence of Neurobrucellosis ranges from 1.7 to 10% of brucellosis worldwide.This present study highlights the integrated diagnostic and clinical approaches in the diagnosis of neurobrucellosis. Cases with neurological abnormalities associated with abnormal CSF findings were included in the study.

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