Neurological disorders in 166 patients with basal ganglia calcification: a statistical evaluation

@article{Frstl1992NeurologicalDI,
  title={Neurological disorders in 166 patients with basal ganglia calcification: a statistical evaluation},
  author={Hans F{\"o}rstl and Bertram Krumm and Staffan Ed{\'e}n and K. Kohlmeyer},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={1992},
  volume={239},
  pages={36-38}
}
Patients investigated at our institute during the last decade included 166 (1.2%) who showed uni- orbilateral basal ganglia calcification on computed tomography. We tested the significance of this neuroradiological observation by statistical comparison of these patients' clinical disorders with the findings in a random sample of 622 patients without basal ganglia calcification. The odds for the most common neurological disturbances were similar in patients with and without basal ganglia… CONTINUE READING

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