M H Severini

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Bilateral occipital calcifications associated with epilepsy and sometimes with celiac disease have been described previously. A boy with bilateral frontal and occipital diffuse calcifications accompanied by failure to thrive, nephrogenic diabetes insipidus, developmental delay and seizures, but without celiac disease is presented. Follow-up at 3 years of(More)
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