0 Fahr disease

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MCQ 155

Q. In Fahr disease there is ?


a. abnormality in calcium metabolism

b. abnormality in phosphate metabolism

c. abnormality in both calcium or phosphate metabolism

d. no abnormality in calcium or phosphate metabolism



ANSWER:
Answer : D, In Fahr disease calcification can be found in the globus pallidus, putamen, caudate, thalamus, cerebellum (especially dentate nucleus), corona radiata, and subcortical white matter. There is no abnormality in calcium or phosphate metabolism.



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