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Figure 3: Head contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) and chest X-Ray of a patient with central nervous system and pulmonary tuberculosis associated with focal dystonia of the left hand, as depicted in Video 2. The patientnced computed tomography (CECT) and chest X-Ray of a patient with central nervous system and pulmonary tuberculosis associated with focal dystonia of the left hand, as depicted in CNS toxoplasmosis; I–L: brain MRtomeningeal enhancement postcontrast with the right fronto-parietal hypodense lesion in the right middle cerebral artery territory, with partial enhancement, indicating subacute infarct; this indicates vasculitis in a case of chronic meningitis secondary to tuberculosis

Figure 3: Head contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) and chest X-Ray of a patient with central nervous system and pulmonary tuberculosis associated with focal dystonia of the left hand, as depicted in Video 2. The patientnced computed tomography (CECT) and chest X-Ray of a patient with central nervous system and pulmonary tuberculosis associated with focal dystonia of the left hand, as depicted in CNS toxoplasmosis; I–L: brain MRtomeningeal enhancement postcontrast with the right fronto-parietal hypodense lesion in the right middle cerebral artery territory, with partial enhancement, indicating subacute infarct; this indicates vasculitis in a case of chronic meningitis secondary to tuberculosis