Items tagged “tuberous sclerosis”

16 results found
Case

Tuberous sclerosis (Bourneville's disease)

calcified periven...
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Hani Salam
Published 30 Sep 2015
68% complete
CT
Case

Tuberous sclerosis - brain MRI

Tuberous sclerosi...
 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 08 Mar 2010
65% complete
MRI
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Renal angiomyolipomas - tuberous sclerosis

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 01 May 2010
68% complete
CT
Case

Tuberous sclerosis

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Maxime St-Amant
Published 28 Jul 2012
98% complete
CTAnnotated image
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Retinal astrocytic hamartoma on background tuberous sclerosis

Non-contrast enha...
 Diagnosis probable
Dr Naushad Ali Basheer Ahamed
Published 23 Feb 2013
68% complete
CT
Case

Tuberous sclerosis

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Ahmed Abdrabou
Published 09 Apr 2013
77% complete
MRI
Case

Wunderlich syndrome

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Maxymyshyn Nazar
Published 23 May 2014
95% complete
CT
Case

Myocardial fatty foci (tuberous sclerosis)

multiple fat dens...
 Diagnosis almost certain
Tarun Ramayya
Published 25 Sep 2015
83% complete
CTUltrasound
Case

Tuberous sclerosis

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Ahmed Fathi Ali
Published 31 Mar 2016
98% complete
MRI
Case

Subependymal giant cell astrocytoma associated with tuberous sclerosis

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Ilkhom Nalibaev
Published 17 Sep 2016
59% complete
CT
Article

Cortical tubers

Cortical tubers or subcortical tubers (with involvement of the underlying white matter) are a common finding in tuberous sclerosis, present in 95-100% of cases 1. These benign hamartomatous lesions can be epileptogenic foci, and are important to diagnose on imaging (typically MRI) as they can a...
Case

Tuberous sclerosis

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Mostafa Mahmoud El-Feky
Published 13 Nov 2018
95% complete
CTUltrasoundMRI
Case

Tuberous sclerosis

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Mostafa Mahmoud El-Feky
Published 20 Nov 2017
77% complete
MRI
Case

Tuberous sclerosis

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Mohamed Abdel-Tawab Mohamed
Published 16 Dec 2017
95% complete
CT
Article

Shagreen patch

A shagreen patch is a subepidermal collagenous connective tissue naevus, also known as a collagenoma, associated with tuberous sclerosis. The overlying skin may be discoloured with obvious pours, giving the appearance of orange peel. These lesions are most commonly found in the lumbosacral regio...
Article

Hypomelanotic macules

Hypomelanotic macules are otherwise known as ash-leaf spots due to their resemblance to Sorbus aucuparia, or mountain-ash, leaves. These macules have a strong association with tuberous sclerosis and are often multiple and present in the vast majority of individuals with the condition (up to 97% ...

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