It is my purpose to record a series of cases of tuberculoma of the central nervous system and to analyze these from the standpoint of observations of possible clinical value. Incidentally, this group of twenty-seven cases represents the largest series found in the available literature in which such an analysis is made. A comparison of some of these cases with those cited in the literature is made, together with a tabulation of the cited cases as to author, sex, age and location of lesion. The case reports are not published, since all the important data are summarized in the tables.
COMMENT ON CASES
—Of the twenty-seven cases, the age was known in twenty-two, which group gave an average age of 31.8 years. This refers to the age at admission, but since, except in a few cases, the stay in the hospital was not long, the different age at death
ANDERSON FN. TUBERCULOMA OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM. Arch NeurPsych. 1928;20(2):354–365. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1928.02210140122010
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