Bilateral caudate nucleus infarction associated with variant in circle of Willis
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A 76-year-old woman presented with syncope. The next day she had disorientation, confabulations, slight dyspraxia of the left hand and bilateral Babinski signs. A fluid attenuated inversion recovery MR scan showed high signal intensity of the head of the caudate nuclei, the anterior part of the corpus callosum and the fornices, consistent with bilateral …
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