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BILATERAL PUTAMINAL HEMORRHAGIC NECROSIS FOLLOWING METHANOL POISONING
Although it shares a resemblance with ethanol in both looks and organoleptic properties, methanol is a highly dangerous alcohol. Intoxication with it can lead to severe metabolic acidosis, blindness, neurologic impairment and possiblydeath. Even though generally rare, putaminal necrosis, with or without hemorrhage, is the most common radiologic finding.
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