Multiple intracranial calcifications

Intracranial calcifications are common in certain locations and often are of no clinical concern.

The two most commonly encountered types of calcification include: 

Concerning calcifications are much less common and occur in a variety of settings, including 3

In these cases it is also important to exclude normal calcifications

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rID: 8211
Section: Gamuts
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Intracranial calcification

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