Interesting ImageBrain SPECT Findings in a Patient With Alice in Wonderland SyndromeGencoglu, Esra Arzu, MD*; Alehan, Fusun, MD†; Erol, Ilknur, MD†; Koyuncu, Aynur, MD*; Aras, Murat, MD*Author Information From the Departments of *Nuclear Medicine and †Pediatric Neurology, Baskent University Medical Faculty, Ankara, Turkey. Received for publication September 19, 2005; revision accepted May 2, 2005. Reprints: Esra Arzu Gencoglu, MD, Baskent Universitesi Tip Fakültesi Nukleer Tip ABD, Fevzi Çakmak Caddesi, 10. Sokak, No:45, 06490 Bahçelievler, Ankara, Turkey. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Clinical Nuclear Medicine: November 2005 - Volume 30 - Issue 11 - p 758-759 doi: 10.1097/01.rlu.0000182278.13389.a3 Buy Metrics Abstract Abstract: Alice in Wonderland syndrome (AIWS) refers to distortions in body images and in the apparent size, shape, and spatial relations of objects seen. The authors present a 7-year-old girl diagnosed with AIWS. Fifteen days after she had had an upper respiratory tract infection and tonsillitis, she began to complain of several episodes in which the objects and the people around her seemed too small or too big. Brain SPECT with Tc-99m HMPAO performed during the acute stage of AIWS showed hypoperfusion in the right frontal and the right frontoparietal regions. © 2005 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.