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dc.contributor.authorParveneh Karimzadeh
dc.contributor.authorFarzad Ahmadabadi
dc.contributor.authorNarjes Jafari
dc.contributor.authorFakhreddin Shariatmadari
dc.contributor.authorHamid Nemati
dc.contributor.authorAdel Ahadi
dc.contributor.authorSanaz Karimi Dardashti
dc.contributor.authorMehrdad Mirzarahimi
dc.contributor.authorZahra Dastborhan
dc.contributor.authorJavad Zare Noghabi
dc.description.abstractPhenylketonuria is one of the most common metabolic disorders and the first known cause of mental retardation in pediatrics. As Screening for phenylketonuria (PKU) is not a routine neurometabolic screening test for neonates in Iran, many PKU cases may be diagnosed after developing the clinical symptoms. One of the findings of PKU is myelination disorders, which is seen as hypersignal regions in T2-weighted (T2W) and FLAIR sequences of brain MRI. The aim of our study was to assess MRI changes in PKU patients referred to Mofid Children's Hospital, 2010-2011.
dc.sourceIranian journal of child neurology
dc.titleStudy on MRI changes in phenylketonuria in patients referred to mofid hospital/iran.

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