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5 Facts you should know about

Fahr’s disease

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1

Abnormal calcium/ hydroxyapatite deposits

Characterized by the presence of abnormal calcium/hydroxyapatite deposits in the brain.

2

Age 30 and 60

The calcium deposits are commonly found between age 30 and 60.

3

Inherited or develop spontaneously

Can either be inherited or develop spontaneously.

4

Most are in good health

Most people who develop it are in good health before they find out they have it.

5

Parkinson's disease

Fahr's Syndrome can also include symptoms characteristic of Parkinson's disease.

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