The CT scan shows bilateral basal ganglia calcification. The cause in our patient was due to hypocalcaemia. Various causes of basal ganglia calcification can be found from Radiopaedia article attached here.
The following axial CT slice at the level of lateral ventricles is from a 35 year old with tingling sensation in fingers. What can be seen? Answer will be posted in a few days.
The facial x-ray shows a left-sided orbital blow-out fracture. Furthermore: There is an ‘eyebrow’ sign, as evidenced by a rim of thin air below the left supra- orbital margin. The air in the left orbital cavity (i.e. orbital emphysema) is due to a fracture … Continue reading