Three cases of naevus sebaceous syndrome are presented. Typical alterations affecting the forehead, face and eyelids were observed. In all cases the dermatological diagnosis was ascertained histologically by skin biopsy. Independent of the size of affection, various neurological symptoms were present, among them refractory seizures, hydrocephalus and consecutive severe mental retardation. From the point view of mental and neurological development the naevus sebaceous syndrome represents a high risk.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - jan. 1 1988|
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