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Adenoma Sebaceum


Adenoma sebaceum are facial angiofibromas occurring in patients with tuberous sclerosis and presenting as firm, discrete, red or brown telangiectatic papules located in the nasolabial folds, chin, and cheeks. They usually appear after the age of 2 years, gradually become more prominent with time and persist throughout life.


Adenoma Sebaceum


Adenoma sebaceum, Angiokeratoma in tub sclerosis, Angiokeratoma in tuberous sclerosis, Facial angiofibroma, Fibrous skin tumor of tuberous sclerosis, Pringle tumor


2 images found for this diagnose diagnosis: Angiofibroma, Tuberous Sclerosis, Adenoma Sebaceum diagnosis: Tuberous Sclerosis, Adenoma Sebaceum