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CLINICAL REPORT OF NEUROFIBROMATOSIS TYPE 1 PATIENT
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CLINICAL REPORT OF NEUROFIBROMATOSIS TYPE 1 PATIENT
Lee, Dae-Woo; Yang, Yeon-Mi; Kim, Jae-Gon; Baik, Byeong-Ju; So, Yu-Ryeo;
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 Abstract
Neurofibromatosis is known as an autosomal dominant disorder caused by a mutation of a tumor suppressor gene on the long arm of chromosome 17 that affects the bone, nervous system, soft tissue, skin, and endocrine system. The most characteristic finding, which is helpful for clinical diagnosis as well, is the neurofibroma. Likewise brown macules called Cafe-au-lait spots with color of caffee latte, and Lisch nodules found around iris are useful to diagnose the disease. As known, the possibility of the neurofibromatosis occurred in oral cavity is relatively rare, and in most of cases it is related to soft tissue changes with single or multiple neurofibromatosis. The purpose of this report is to present characteristic dental findings which were found in a 4-year-old male and his father, both diagnosed as neurofibromatosis at Chonbuk National University Hospital before visiting our department, pediatric dentistry.
 Keywords
Neurofibromatosis;Neurofibroma;Cafe-au-lait spot;Lisch nodules;
 Language
Korean
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