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cafe-au-lait multiplicity and size of these lesions are used to diagnose neurofibromatosis.
Porencephalic cyst typically due to obstruction of MCA. Leades to communication of cerebral ventricle and subarachnoid space. This is not necessarily severe and can go unnoticed; found incidentally on imaging
OMG you are missing some cortex!!!! porencephalic cyst due to MCA occlusion no doubt.
What is one pathognomonic finding in neurofibromas type 1? plexiform neurofibromas--a tumor of peripheral nerve that is typically benign
what might bilateral acoustic schwannomas be associated with? a mutation in a tumor suppressor gene that causes Neurofibromatosis type II
If your patient present with facial angiofibromas, what might you find if you image his brain? cortical malformation: tuberous sclerosis which cause seizures and behavioral problems. Symptoms usually begin by 1 year of age.
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