MINERALISING ANGIOPATHY & ISCHAEMIC STROKE IN AN INFANTA CASE REPORT

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Mineralising Angiopathy is a distinct clinico-radiological entity causing ischaemic stroke in children. It typically occurs following trivial head injury and the child presents with hemiparesis. CT brain shows multiple punctate calcifications in parenchyma and basal ganglia. Following is a case report of one such child.

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