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Neurofibromatosis type one
Chromosome 17
Cafe au lait spots
Gliomas of the optic tracts
Hyper intense foci in the deep cerebral and cerebellar white matter on t2.
Neurofibromas
Iris hamartomas
Neurofibromatosis Type 2
Chromosome 22
Bilateral vestibular schwannomas
meningiomas
spinal glial tumors
Tuberous Sclerosis
Adenoma Sebaceum
Seizures, Mental Retardation
subependymal hamartomas- Have a tendency to calcify and can turn into giant cell astrocytoma
Cortical Tubers = dark on T1 and bright on T2.
Angiomyolipomas
Rhabdomyosarcomas
Sturge-weber syndrome
Port-wine nevus= skin angioma in the opthalmic division of the fifth cranial nerve
Pial angiomatosis-undergo age dependent calcification and appear on CT as gyral cortical calcifications.
Von Hippel Lindau Syndrome
Retinal Angiomas
Cerebellar hemangiomas- well circumscribed cystic lesion with an enhancing mural nodule.
Spinal angiomas
Bilateral renal cell CA
angiomas of the liver and kidney.