February 4, 2011

46 years old man with bilateral limb weakness and skin manifestation

46 years old Malay gentleman presented with history of painless bilateral leg weakness






Questions

1) Describe your findings in the both picture

2) What is your provisional diagnosis

3) What other clinical finding that you would look for

4) Mode of inheritance

5) Associated abnormalities


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2 comments:

  1. Knight of JudgementFebruary 6, 2011 at 6:29 PM

    So many neurofibromas, first glympse dictates neurofibromatosis type I. need to see CALBORN though.

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  2. yup. CALBORN is the mnemonic for diagnosing NF right? correct me if i'm wrong..
    - Cafe au leit spot
    - Axillary freckling
    -Linch nodule
    -B
    -Optic tumor
    R
    N-

    because i used the mnemonic CAFE SPOT

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