Supplementary Material for: Tic Disorder: An Unusual Presentation of Neurotoxoplasmosis in a Patient with AIDS
2010-11-15T00:00:00Z (GMT) by
Movement disorders have been increasingly recognized in patients with HIV infection and may be due to distinct causes, as opportunistic infections or medication side effects for example. Parkinsonism, tremor and hemichorea have been more frequently noted in association with HIV and opportunistic infections. However, a variety of involuntary movements have already been described. We report a case of neurotoxoplasmosis in a patient with HIV infection who presented with a dystonic tic involving ocular, oral and cervical movements.