Fahr syndrome unknown complication: overactive bladder
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Fahr's syndrome also referred to as idiopathic basal ganglia calcification (IBGC) or bilateral striopallidodentate calcinosis, is a disease characterized by symmetric, nonatherosclerotic, bilateral vascular calcification of the basal ganglia. Clinical symptoms of IBGC are found in the literature as case reports because the disease is very rare. Clinically, the most common presentation of IBGC is considered to be Parkinsonism or other hyperkinetic movement disorders (chorea, tremor, dystonia, athetosis, orofacial dyskinesia). The second most common presentation of IBGC is cognitive impairment followed by cerebellar impairment and speech disorder. Psychiatric features, gait disorders, sensory changes, and pain are also reported.In our case, we purpose to report “neurogenic detrusor overactivity,” which is an unknown symptom of Fahr's syndrome...

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