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A case of nonketotic hyperglycemia without movement anomalies: MRI findings
In our case report, we aimed to describe a patient with nonketotic hyperglycemia who was admitted to the emergency department with left basal ganglion involvement presenting with a stroke-like picture without movement anomalies.

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Volume 1, Issue 2, 2024
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