Aleksandra Aracki-Trenkic1, Milan Simic1, Dragan Stojanov1,2, Zoran Radovanovic1,2
1 Department for radiology, Clinical Center Nis, Serbia
2 Medical faculty, University of Nis, Serbia
A 43-year-old woman was admitted to the emergency department due to a sudden generalised epileptic seizure and a short-term loss of conscience. She had undergone breast cancer surgery a few years earlier. Elisa test detected Toxocara Canis IgG antibodies. Emergency CT scan showed multiple, calcified, atypical intracerebral lesions.