Teaching NeuroImages: An Imaging Clue in a Boy With Developmental Delay

A 6-year-old boy of nonconsanguineous parents presented with global developmental delay since infancy with history of 2 episodes of seizures in early childhood. Examination showed hyperactivity, subnormal cognition, tight heel cords, weakness of limbs along with hypotonia, and sluggish tendon reflexes. Serum creatine kinase was 2,138 IU/L.

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