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Neurofibromatosis in childhood: a review of 25 cases.

The Medical journal of Australia

Pollnitz R.
PMID: 824536
Med J Aust. 1976 Jul 10;2(2):49-52. doi: 10.5694/j.1326-5377.1976.tb117619.x.

The initial symptoms and signs of neurofibromatosis in 25 children are reported, and the literature is briefly reviewed. Two little known associations of neurofibromatosis are revealed. Four children showed hydrocephalus related to stricture of the aqueduct of Sylvius. Four...

[Intrafamilial variability of ocular findings in Recklinghausen's neurofibromatosis].

Ceskoslovenska oftalmologie

Otradovec J.
PMID: 108015
Cesk Oftalmol. 1979 Mar;35(2):132-7.

No abstract available.

Birthmarks with serious medical significance: nevocullular nevi, sebaceous nevi, and multiple café au lait spots.

The Journal of pediatrics

Alper J, Holmes LB, Mihm MC.
PMID: 114614
J Pediatr. 1979 Nov;95(5):696-700. doi: 10.1016/s0022-3476(79)80713-1.

Birthmarks of potential medical significance were identified among 4,641 newborn infants: 1.1% had a nevocellular nevus and 0.3% had a sebaceous nevus; 1.8% of black infants, but no white infants, had three or more café au lait spots. The...

[Neurofibromatosis].

Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift (1946)

Mautner VF.
PMID: 1900046
Dtsch Med Wochenschr. 1991 Feb 22;116(8):316-7.

No abstract available.

Magnetic resonance appearance of peripheral nerve sheath tumors.

Skeletal radiology

Stull MA, Moser RP, Kransdorf MJ, Bogumill GP, Nelson MC.
PMID: 1900374
Skeletal Radiol. 1991;20(1):9-14. doi: 10.1007/BF00243714.

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was used to evaluate 22 histologically proven peripheral nerve sheath tumors, approximately two-thirds of which arose in the lower extremity. The histologic distribution was as follows: 12 schwannomas, 7 neurofibromas, and 3 malignant peripheral nerve...

[Spinal form of central neurofibromatosis--Recklinghausen's disease].

Sovetskaia meditsina

Petukhov SS, Koshkin EI, Paramanov LV, Stolypin SV.
PMID: 99820
Sov Med. 1978 Jul;(7):138-41.

No abstract available.

Skin in systemic disease.

Australian family physician

Turner TW.
PMID: 826242
Aust Fam Physician. 1976 Aug;5(7):890-6, 901, 905.

No abstract available.

Non-epithelial tumours of the larynx.

The Journal of laryngology and otology

Thomas RL.
PMID: 117064
J Laryngol Otol. 1979 Nov;93(11):1131-41. doi: 10.1017/s0022215100088228.

No abstract available.

[Cervical Recklinghausen's neurofibromatosis].

La Tunisie medicale

Ouahchi N, Zouari R, Hila A, Haddad N.
PMID: 120048
Tunis Med. 1979 Sep-Oct;56(5):425-9.

No abstract available.

Selected genodermatoses.

Pediatric clinics of North America

Watson W.
PMID: 97616
Pediatr Clin North Am. 1978 May;25(2):263-84. doi: 10.1016/s0031-3955(16)33567-2.

No abstract available.

[Survey on the development and prognosis of endothoracic neurogenic tumors of Recklinghausen's disease].

Annales de chirurgie thoracique et cardio-vasculaire

Le Brigand H, Bouquet P, N'Guimbous JF.
PMID: 412459
Ann Chir Thorac Cardiovasc. 1977 Jul;16(3):195-203.

No abstract available.

Neurocutaneous syndromes.

Cutis

Owen LG, Hanno R.
PMID: 95921
Cutis. 1978 Jun;21(6):848-51.

The neurocutaneous syndromes are a diverse group of diseases characterized by widespread abnormalities in structures of ectodermal origin, including the skin, eye, and central and peripheral nervous systems. These syndromes are particularly interesting to the clinician because they often...

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