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J Neuroimaging. 1996 Oct;6(4):246-8.

Reversible magnetic resonance imaging lesions in Wilson's disease: clinical-anatomical correlation.

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Department of Neurology, Tokai University School of Medicine, Kanagawa, Japan.


Described herein is a patient with Wilson's disease who had tremor as a prominent neurological manifestation. T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging showed abnormal high signal intensities in the bilateral lenticular nuclei, thalami, and red nuclei of the midbrain. Improvement of tremor with copper chelating agents was well correlated with a decrease of the abnormal signals in the thalami and the red nuclei.

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