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End-stage Huntington disease, coronal section through basal ganglia and thalamus

Last updated on Tuesday, April 28 2009 by gliageek

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End-stage Huntington disease, coronal section through basal ganglia and thalamus
The concave profile of the basal ganglia correlates with bed-bound status clinically. Huntington's disease also ultimately affects cerebral cortex, as indicated by the dilated temporal horns of the lateral ventricle.



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