Depression can be a dangerous event no matter what, bto one unfortunate person, the experience was further amplified by the discovery that dead nerves that had lived in his brain for years were the cause.. Fortunately, its the coma was healed well, and the man appears to have recovered in recent years.
Doctors in Massachusetts he explained and patient case in paper out last week in the New England Journal of Medicine. According to the report, which includes the testimony of his wife, the 38-year-old man fell from his bed at 4 p.m.m. Then he began to tremble and to speak in a low voice. As soon as the police and medical personnel arrived, he was “a violent man and disturbed” and initially refused to go to the hospital by ambulance. On his way to the hospital, he suffered a concussion for two minutes and was given diuretics which are used for fainting.
The man had no history of health problems, and, according to his family, he was fine yesterday. Once doctors have performed CT and MRI scans on his brain, he may have been the cause of his condition. found: calculated and long-from-dead larvae of tapeworm cysts. Doctors then determined that he had a very rare infection from swine tapeworm (Taenia solium), called neurocysticercosis.
Swine tapeworm disease is eradicated very visible in two way. If we eat worms found in pigs or other unripe meat that have grown into small cysts, these tumors migrate to our intestines and germinate into large worms that explode—long hard, thin-initiating parasites. These worms will produce eggs that hatch and hatch finding a way back to other animals such as pigs, to turn around again.
But as someone else or a person with the virus then swallowing the eggs, a new generation of larvae arrives death and can mature in a tumor form of life. Unfortunately, these risks do not end there, as cysts can still be destroyed wherever they are. When clings to brain, can cause stress and cause inflammation that causes all sorts of symptoms, including fainting and even death. But it may take years or even Decades after exposure to symptoms, worms often die (Large larvae can live up to 30 years in some habitats; cysts short life of about five years). In some cases, cysts and the underlying causes may be present confused for a tumor in the brain.
Worm infections found locally are rare in the US but it is more common in developing lands. And what the doctor thinks is that their patient has come in contact with at least 20 worms years ago at their home in Guatemala, before moving to the US
Adherence to treatment with epilepsy and steroids, a condition of men (including swelling around the sores in his brain) well so he was released from the hospital before Friday. Even cysts can sometimes be surgically removed or with the help of antiparasites if they are still alive, often impossible or necessary, and patients with epilepsy are given permanent medication to treat or prevent it in the future, as was the case here. Fortunately, return visits Three years later he was diagnosed with epilepsy and is in good health.
Although neurocysticercosis is rarely present here, it is one of the leading causes of coma that occurs as adults grow worldwide. Eeven in the US, about 1,000 people are hospitalized each year. Cysticercosis is often regarded as a poorly treated disease, and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are now “Nothing is being done to control, prevent, or diagnose and treat neurocysticercosis.”