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Neurocutaneous Disorders 

Neurocutaneous Disorders
Neurocutaneous Disorders

Gesina F. Keating

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date: 20 September 2021

Neurocutaneous disorders, formerly called phakomatoses, are characterized by cutaneous and neurologic findings. Many are genetic, but some are sporadic. Often, these disorders affect other organ systems as well and require lifetime surveillance for complications.

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