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Genetic Skin Disorders

1.*Which of the following is a major criterion for neurofibromatosis (NF) 1 and an important finding to look for on a physical exam when screening suspected patients?
2.*Patients with neurofibromatosis 1 need to be followed closely for which of the following associated conditions?
3.*The patient featured in the photographs below has reddish papules on the nose, chin and medial cheeks. You notice many small, scattered hypopigmented macules on the extremities (see photographs). What other physical exam findings should you look for to screen this patient clinically for more signs of tuberous sclerosis?
4.*You refer a newborn to genetics because you found 5 hypopigmented birthmarks (all about 1-2 cm) on their newborn nursery skin exam. Tuberous sclerosis (TS) is suspected and confirmed by genetic testing. Which of the following is part of the recommended clinical management for patients with TS?
5.*Patients with Sturge-Weber Syndrome can have which of the following findings associated with their capillary malformations?
6.*Capillary malformations (port wine stains) like the one seen here can be associated with leptomeningealangiomatosis and seizures in the setting of Sturge-Weber Syndrome. Which of the following is recommended?
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