From the case: Fahr disease

There are bilater...
Axial T2
There are bilateral symmetrical decreased signal in caudate and lentiform and dentate nuclei. The signal in thalami is heterogenous. There is also increased signal in the anterior limb of internal capsule.
Modality: MRI (T2)

- “ Fahr disease, also known as familial cerebral ferrocalcinosis, is an autosomal dominant disease characterized by calcification in the deep grey ma...”

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