neurocutaneous


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neurocutaneous

[¦nu̇r·ō·kyə′tā·nē·əs]
(anatomy)
Concerned with both the nerves and skin.
Pertaining to innervation of the skin.
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Large congenital melanocytic nevi and the risk for development of malignant melanoma and neurocutaneous melanocytosis.
Neurocutaneous melanosis (NCM) is a rare congenital nonfamilial nonheritable neurocutaneous syndrome with equal gender preponderance.
TS is a neurocutaneous disorder that affects the brain, heart, skin, and other organs.
Flexor spasms have long been considered as the most characteristic type of seizure constituting 42% of the cases while mixed flexor extensor spasms form 50% of all cases.9 The etiology is highly varied and includes neurocutaneous syndromes, metabolic disorders, cortical malformations, perinatal brain injuries, postnatal infections and head trauma.
Neurocutaneous disease: neurocutaneous dysesthesias.
NF1 is autosomal dominantly inherited neurocutaneous disease.
It is a neurocutaneous disorder characterized by the development of multiple neurofibromas in peripheral nerve sheaths.
Sturge-Weber syndrome is a neurocutaneous disorder characterized by facial and leptomeningeal angiomas, glaucoma, hemiparesis, stroke-like attacks, seizures and also atrophy and calcifications in the brain.
CONGENITAL MELANOCYTIC NEVI can pose two separate but related risks: melanoma and neurocutaneous melanosis.
Neurofibromatosis, also known as Von Recklinghausen's disease, often involves the origin of ectodermal organs, such as the nervous system, the eyes and the skin, and is a common neurocutaneous syndrome (Theos et al, 2006; Jouhilahti et al, 2011).