From the case: Fahr disease

CT
Axial non-contrast
Modality: CT (non-contrast)

- “ Fahr disease, also known as familial cerebral ferrocalcinosis, is a congenital disorder characterized by abnormal calcium deposition with subseque...”

Used in the following article:

  • Multiple intracranial calcifications - “ Intracranial calcifications are common in certain locations and often are of no clinical concern. The two most commonly encountered types of calc...”
  • Fahr syndrome - “ Fahr syndrome, also known as bilateral striatopallidodentate calcinosis, is characterized by abnormal vascular calcium deposition, particularly in...”
  • Basal ganglia calcification - “ Basal ganglia calcification is common and is seen in approximately 1% of all CT scans of the brain, depending on the demographics of the scanned p...”

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