A. December 2008, the patient was presented with headache and epilepsia partialis continua. There are lesions with local brain swelling in the right parietal and occipital lobes and right cerebellar hemisphere.
B. April 2009, the same patient, now she is comatose with epilepsia partialis continua. There is progression of the encephalitis – the left cerebral hemisphere has been involved with severe brain swelling and shift of the midline structures.

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