Cerebral involvement in benign tertian malaria
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Although Plasmodium vivax usually causes benign uncomplicated malaria, it can occasionally result in severe disease with life-threatening, end-organ involvement generally seen with falciparum malaria. We report a case of cerebral malaria caused by P. vivax and review the literature on this subject.
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Beg, M. A.,
Baig, S. M.,
Smego, R. A.
(2002). Cerebral involvement in benign tertian malaria. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 67(3), 230-232.
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