File:Huntington's disease MRI.jpg

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Modality: MRI

Case Discussion:

This patient with known Huntington's disease demonstrates marked atrophy of the caudate head bilaterally.

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Image and text courtesy of Dr Frank Gaillard, Radiopaedia.org.

http://radiopaedia.org/cases/huntington-s-disease


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+ Image is very relevant to group topic. + Shows clinical diagnostic scan. + Copyright, citation and student disclaimer included. - Figure could have included additional explanation more than just the original legend. Lacks peer teaching component.


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