HIV - Clinical manifestation of cerebral abscess according to localisation

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  • Temporal lobe abscess: ipsilateral headache, aphasia, upper homonymic quadrant anopsia.
  • Frontal lobe abscess: headache, dizziness, confusion, diminished mental capacity, hemiparesis, motoric speech disorders.
  • Parietal lobe abscess: headache, visual disturbances.
  • Cerebellar abscess: nystagmus, ataxia, dysmetria, vomiting.
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