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Basal ganglia calcification was present in 73��8% (95% CI: 66��6%�C81��0%) of subjects affecting the globus pallidus (68��8%) putamen (55��9%) and caudate nucleus (54��8%). The other sites calcified were grey�Cwhite junction (39��8%), cerebellar parenchyma (31��2%), thalamus (29��0%) and dentate nuclei (24��7%). Parkinsonism and dystonic symptoms were present in three cases. The presence of BGC at

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