A RARE CASE REPORT OF TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS COMPLEX

Siddharth Wable, Jitendra Ingole

Abstract


Tuberous sclerosis complex is a rare genetic disorder inherited in autosomal dominant pattern. Tuberous sclerosis is a rare
neurocutaneous syndrome exhibiting multiple hamartomatous proliferations that may involve multiple organ system
such as brain, kidney, heart, lungs, eyes and skin. This is a case report of 22 yr old male patient who presented to emergency department with
multiple episodes of seizures without prior diagnosis. Clinical examination revealed Buttery like distribution of angiobromas ,gum
hyperplasia, ash leaf maculae and shagreen patch on back .CT Brain images showed multiple subependymal granulomas with calcication. This
case report is a good example of complex nature of tuberous sclerosis.


Keywords


subependymal granulomas shagreen angiofibromas

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