Diabetic striatopathy - bilateral
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Foladi N, Diabetic striatopathy - bilateral. Case study, Radiopaedia.org (Accessed on 20 Mar 2023) https://doi.org/10.53347/rID-88319
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2 Apr 2021
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Diabetes mellitus, hypertension and diplopia.
Age: 60 years
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Bilateral globi pallidi returning high signal intensities in the T1 weighted sequence.
No diffusion restriction. No blooming artifact.
Bilateral T1-hyperintense globi pallidi. Taking history into consideration, the features are suggestive of bilateral diabetic striatopathy secondary to uncontrolled diabetes. The differetial is acquired hepatocerebral degeneration.
Additional contributor: Dr. M.M.S. Hoshang