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NF 1 Chrom 17 (blank) (blank)
NF1 Chrom 17, neurfibromin AD 2/7: Cafe au lait spots, axillary freckling, >2 Lisch nodules, optic glioma, neurofibroma, first degree relative, boney abnl
NF2 Chrom 22 AD bilat CN 8 schwanommas, or unilateral + 1 first degree relative
Tuberous sclerosis Chrom 9, 16 AD skin lesion: hypopigmented rash, retinal tumor, tuber, cardiac rhabdomyomas, subependymal giant cell astrocytomas, lung lesions
Von Hippel Landau Chrom 3 AD hemangioblastoma of cerebellum, retina and spinal cord. + renal lesions
Ataxia Telangectasia Chrom 11 AR progressive cerebellar dysfunction, IgA deficiency, premature aging, conjunctival and cutaneous telangectasia
Sturge Weber ? ? Facial angioma. Leptomeningeal venous angioma.
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