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Parmita Kar and Ravinder Goswami

Introduction Basal ganglia calcification (BGC) is observed in 70% of the patients with hypoparathyroidism ( Goswami et al. 2012 , Gafni & Collins 2019 ). These calcifications are most common at the caudate nucleus of the basal ganglia

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Caroline M Gorvin

with signs of hypocalcaemia (e.g. carpopedal spasms, tetany, paraesthesia and seizures) or associated phenotypes (e.g. basal ganglia calcification). Patients with symptomatic hypocalcaemia have lower serum calcium values than asymptomatic individuals