Bilateral lucency of the globus pallidus complicating methylmalonic acidemia

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Abstract

  • A child was seen because of encephalopathy and metabolic ketoacidosis at 19 months. She was found to have a cobalamin‐responsive form of methylmalonic acidemia of the cbl A complementation group. However, after treatment with cyanocobalamin and a protein‐restricted diet, with recovery from the encephalopathy, she was found to have a tremor and bilateral dystonic posturing in association with lucencies in the globus pallidi shown by computed tomographic scan. Copyright © 1986 American Neurological Association
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  • Korf B; Wallman JK; Levy HL
  • Start Page

  • 364
  • End Page

  • 366
  • Volume

  • 20
  • Issue

  • 3