Late-onset leukoencephalopathy with cerebral calcifications
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Leukoencephalopathy with calcifications and cysts (LCC or Labrune disease) is a relatively recently defined and exceptionally rare disease in which parenchymal cysts and calcifications within a widespread leukoencephalopathy can cause a broad spectrum of neurological symptoms. Manifestation is usually in childhood or adolescence, while onset in adulthood has been described in 19 cases.

Case presentation:
Here we report a case of an adult-onset LCC of a Caucasian woman who became symptomatic at age 70 as confirmed by typical neuroimaging and neuropathological findings. After resection of left mesioparietal space-occupying cystic brain tissue the patient has so far remained clinically stable during one year of follow-up with a continuous treatment with glucocorticosteroids...

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