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Table 1 Laboratory features of the patient with neurocysticercosis

From: Next-generation sequencing combined with serological tests based pathogen analysis for a neurocysticercosis patient with a 20-year history:a case report

DATE CSF Peripheral blood
Pressure
(mmH2O)
(80–180)
WBC
(×106cells/L)
(< 8)
MONO(%) Protein
(mg/dl)
(15–45)
Glucose
(mmol/L)
(2.24–3.92)
Chloride
(mmol/L)
Cysticercus
Cellulosae Ab
Cysticercus cellulosae Ab
2019.2.3 > 300 50 80 38.32 1.99 123.8 undetected undetected
2.12 > 300 113 88 32.01 2.81 126 1.9/1.4a 0.5
5.24 > 300 2 31.97 2.42 124.4 2.8 0.98
9.10 > 290 24 80 34.56 2.68 123.7 1.53 0.47
12.13 230 15 80 23.73 2.55 120.5 0.758 0.26
2020.5.22 230 17 94 7.75 2.26 128.5 0.545 0.138
  1. The patient had a negative response to peripheral blood human immunodeficiency virus antibody assay, and rapid plasma regain. Gram staining, bacterial culture, acid-fast stain, and India-ink staining assays of the CSF showed negative results
  2. -, indicates the number of cells is too small to classify; a, the CSF specimen was monitored twice that day; CSF Cerebrospinal fluid, WBC White blood cell, MONO Monocyte, Ab Antibody