Dementia and recurrent seizures.
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Presence of calcifications in the dentate nuclei of the cerebellum and basal ganglia, bilaterally.
Features suggest Fahr disease, is brain calcinosis and basal ganglia, genetically determined autosomal dominant transmission. Symptoms usually appear between 40 and 50 years and are characterised by dementia, migraine, seizures, spastic paralysis, dysarthria.