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Multiple CLSs over the back. Note the dermal neurofibromas below the right scapula and right side of the lower back.
Large plexiform neurofibroma adjacent to the left axilla.
Anterior bowing of the left tibia.
Dermal neurofibromas over both arms.
Optic glioma affecting the left optic pathway.
Multiple Lisch nodules.
Health Supervision Guidelines for Children With Neurofibromatosis
X indicates to be performed; S, subjective, by history; O, objective, by a standard testing method.
↵a Advise semiannual visits, as indicated.
↵b See “Discussion.”
↵c Or at the time of diagnosis.
↵d Once in this time period.
↵e As needed for significant abnormalities and/or new signs.
↵f Refer to subspecialist.
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