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Typical imaging features in hunter’s syndrome

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L De Cocker Jr ,

Radioloy
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P J Hofkens,

Internal Medicine
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V Van den Bergh,

Neurology, Turnhoutse Associatie van Ziekenhuizen, Turnhout, Belgium
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J Proost,

Neurology, Turnhoutse Associatie van Ziekenhuizen, Turnhout, Belgium
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B Caerts,

Radioloy
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G De Vriendt

Radioloy
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Abstract

Background: A 17-year-old boy with known Hunter’s syndrome was admitted to the emergency department after an episode of generalized seizures. The episode of seizures was probably related to medication. He had a characteristic coarse facial appearance and macrocrania. There was no mental retardation, dwarfism nor deafness.

How to Cite: De Cocker Jr L, Hofkens PJ, Van den Bergh V, Proost J, Caerts B, De Vriendt G. Typical imaging features in hunter’s syndrome. Journal of the Belgian Society of Radiology. 2010;93(3):128–9. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/jbr-btr.199
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Published on 06 Mar 2010.
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