Presenter: Tyler Reimschisel, MD Preceptor: Harvey Singer, MD

Disclosures

October 07, 2002

Neuroimaging Studies

A brain MRI was performed before this Johns Hopkins Hospital clinic visit (Figures 1-3).

Figure 1-3.

T-1 (Figure 1), proton density (Figure 2), and T2 (Figure 3) weighted brain MRIs demonstrate symmetric basal ganglia abnormalities.

T-1 (Figure 1), proton density (Figure 2), and T2 (Figure 3) weighted brain MRIs demonstrate symmetric basal ganglia abnormalities.

T-1 (Figure 1), proton density (Figure 2), and T2 (Figure 3) weighted brain MRIs demonstrate symmetric basal ganglia abnormalities.

 

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