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  1. dracomalfoy

    dracomalfoy Famous Member

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    What's your diagnosis of this case?



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  2. J.P.C. Peper

    J.P.C. Peper Bronze Member

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    A clear case of tuberous sclerosis.

    The picture shows hypomelanic ash leave spots, facial angiofibromas, subependymal nodules and a cerebral tumor (probably derived from a nodule).
     


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    yes..tuberous sclerosis
     


  4. Gospodin Seki

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    Agree,tuberous sclerosis.
    Btw.nice explanation J.P.C.Peper :)
     


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    Thanks Gospodin :)
     


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    Ans: Tuberous Sclerosis
    1. Adenoma Sebaceum ( Facial Angiofibromas )
    2. Shagreen patch (orange peel appearance)
    3. Ash Leaf Spots ( Hypomelanic Macules )
    4. Subependymal Giant Cell Astrocytoma (SEGA)
    5. MRI showing Subependymal Nodules and Cortical Tubers
     


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