Cerebral Lesions in AIDS Patient

Cerebral Lesions in AIDS Patient

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Caption: This composite of 4 axial (cross sectional) contrast enhanced MRI images from a person with AIDS shows multiple enhancing (white) lesions in both cerebral hemispheres and in the right cerebellum. They represent lesions of Toxoplasmosis, which is one of the most common intracranial infections in AIDS patients.

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