A 53 year old male presented with signs of meningitis including severe headache, nausea, vomiting, and neck stiffness. This later progressed to seizures, neurologic abnormalities, and coma. Examination of the CSF showed elevated opening pressure, elevated protein, and eosinophilia. The patient expired and an autopsy was performed. The following are H&E stained sections of brain. What is your differential diagnosis? (CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE)
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