TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS

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A case with a rare hereditary disease — tuberous sclerosis - is described. In addition to skin involvement, the disease is characterized by congenital epidermal dysplasia involvement of the nervous system, organ of vision, cardiovascular system, kidneys, and other organs and systems. The authors emphasize the importance of complete examinations of these patients with consideration for the probable visceral involvement.

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Туберозный склероз

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