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"Mercedes-Benz Sign" on CSF Cytology.

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Summary of ""Mercedes-Benz Sign" on CSF Cytology."

Cryptococcus meningitis is a potentially lethal disease, and cerebrospinal fluid cytology is crucial in establishing diagnosis. We report a novel and interesting morphological sign of Cryptococcus neoformansin CSF cytology resembling the logo of Mercedes-Benz. The sign is highly suggestive of Cryptococcus infection and is a strong indicator for more specific tests and timely treatment.

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Name: European neurology
ISSN: 1421-9913
Pages: 79-80

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