Acquired Toxoplasmosis Presenting with a Brainstem Granuloma
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A 14-year-old boy, who was previously well and developmentally normal with normal nutritional status and no past history of any chronic illness or any medication use was referred to our hospital with a 10-day history of difficulty in closing the right eye, deviation of angle of the mouth to the left, drooling of saliva, nasal regurgitation of feeds, nasal twang to voice and an unsteady wide-based gait. There was no history of convulsions or altered sensorium. There was no history of any preceding febrile illness. On examination, he was hemodynamically stable and conscious with GCS of 15. There was upper motor neuron palsy of the right facial nerve, with involvement of the IX and X cranial nerves. Rest of the neurologic examination was normal. No adenopathy or hepatosplenomegaly was noticed.......

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