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Figure 11 (A-H): Fahr disease – A 48-year-old male presented with tremors and slowness progressive in nature. Noncontrast CT brain shows extensive coarse calcifications of the dentate nuclei (A) (black arrow), thalami (black arrow), basal ganglia, and subcortical white matter (black arrowheads) (B). (C and D) Axial T1WI show patchy hyperintensity in these regions, T2WI shows hypointensity (E and F). (G and H) SWI shows blooming in these regions suggestive of calcification. Serum evaluation for other metabolic or systemic disorders was normal

Figure 11 (A-H): Fahr disease – A 48-year-old male presented with tremors and slowness progressive in nature. Noncontrast CT brain shows extensive coarse calcifications of the dentate nuclei (A) <i>(black arrow)</i>, thalami <i>(black arrow)</i>, basal ganglia, and subcortical white matter <i>(black arrowheads)</i> (B). (C and D) Axial T1WI show patchy hyperintensity in these regions, T2WI shows hypointensity (E and F). (G and H) SWI shows blooming in these regions suggestive of calcification. Serum evaluation for other metabolic or systemic disorders was normal