From the case: Fahr syndrome

Modality: CT

Axial image...
Axial non-contrast
NECT Axial image shows basal ganglia and thalamic calcifications.
Modality: CT (non-contrast)

- “ CT brain which easily detects calcium, is the preferred method of localizing and assessing the extent of cerebral calcifications. Most frequently ...”

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  • Fahr syndrome - “ Fahr syndrome, also known as bilateral striopallidodentate calcinosis, is characterised by abnormal calcium deposition with subsequent atrophy inv...”

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