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Keywords:

  • Toxoplasmosis;
  • HIV infection;
  • AIDS;
  • Ballism;
  • Chorea;
  • Movement disorders

Abstract

Movement disorders occur in some patients with cerebral toxoplasmosis with HIV-1 infection. Such movement disorders have not been described in patients with cerebral toxoplasmosis without HIV-1 infection. This report discusses their diagnostic features, aspects of management, and possible mechanisms underlying the pathogenesis of the movement disorders.