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Volume 11, Number 10—October 2005

Dispatch

Atypical Infections in Tsunami Survivors

Christian Garzoni*1, Stéphane Emonet*1, Laurence Legout*, Rilliet Benedict*, Pierre Hoffmeyer*, Louis Bernard*, and Jorge Garbino*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *University Hospitals of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

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Brain abscess caused by Scedosporium apiospermum (patient 2). A) Images from contrast-enhanced computed tomographic scan show a ring-enhancing lesion in the head of the nucleus caudatus (2 × 1.5 cm) bulging in the right lateral ventricle with concomitant aresorptive hydrocephalus. B) Control computed tomographic scan after surgical drainage and placement of ventricle-peritoneal drainage.

Figure. Brain abscess caused by Scedosporium apiospermum (patient 2). A) Images from contrast-enhanced computed tomographic scan show a ring-enhancing lesion in the head of the nucleus caudatus (2 × 1.5 cm) bulging in the right lateral ventricle with concomitant aresorptive hydrocephalus. B) Control computed tomographic scan after surgical drainage and placement of ventricle-peritoneal drainage.

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1These authors contributed equally to this work.

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