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Abstract

Cyclosporine use can cause neurologic complications in 0.5% to 35% of cases, although the appearance of pseudotumor cerebri (PC) is exceptional. PC secondary to the use of cyclosporine is described mainly in individuals who have received a bone marrow transplant. We report the first case, to our knowledge, of PC secondary to the use of cyclosporine in a child with severe atopic dermatitis, with satisfactory resolution and without vision sequelae.