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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Epilepsy in the setting of neurocutaneous syndromes.
In 20 chapters, neurologists, neuroscientists, and pediatricians from the US and UK discuss its epidemiology and common comorbidities; the classification and definition of seizures and epilepsy syndromes; medical management; common associated genetic and neurocutaneous disorders; evaluation, the use of EEG, imaging, and non-epileptic paroxysmal events; treatment, including pharmacology, the therapeutic efficacy of antiepileptic drugs, adverse effects, vagus nerve stimulation therapy and surgery, and dietary therapies; generalized seizures and epilepsy syndromes; partial-onset seizures and localization-related epilepsy syndromes; and epilepsies related to age, etiology, or duration.
This tumor may be associated with the neurocutaneous syndrome von Hippel-Lindau disease (2, 3).
NF remains the most common and surgically important of the neurocutaneous disorders.
FGF23, FRP4, MEPE) by tumour Neurocutaneous syndromes e.
There were no stigmata of neurocutaneous disorders.
It begins by describing the types of flaps, cephalocevical flaps (including forehead flaps, occipital facial flaps and palatum flaps), flaps based on the trunk, upper and lower limb flaps, neurocutaneous flaps and perforator flaps.