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Table 3 Tumors of the patients

From: Diagnostic difficulties and possibilities of NF1-like syndromes in childhood

Patients (diagnosis) Tumors
P2 (NF1a) acoustic neuroma (unilateral), pituitary adenoma
P6 (NF1a) ductal carcinoma of breast (unilateral)
P7 (NF1a) OPG
P11 (NF1a) OPG
P14 (NF1a) acoustic neuroma (unilateral), pilocytic astrocytoma in the brain
P20 (clinically not diagnosed NF1, but detected by genetic test) astrocytoma in the brain
P22 (Legius syndromea) epithelioma calcificans
P24 (NF2a) OPG
P25 (NF2a) meningioma, acoustic neuroma (bilateral)
P26 (MEN2B syndromea) medullary thyroid carcinoma
P27 (LEOPARD syndromea) rhabdomyosarcoma
P28 (46,XX,inv.(4)(p13q13) detected by genetic test) OPG
P29 (clinically diagnosed NF1, but not detected by genetic test) OPG
P34 (clinically diagnosed NF1, but not detected by genetic test) OPG
P36 (no definitive genetic diagnosis) ipsilateral tumors: thigh rhabdomyosarcoma, popliteal myopericytoma, symplastic hemangioma
P39 (no definitive genetic diagnoses) forearm myxofibrosarcoma (unilateral)
  1. a Clinically diagnosed and confirmed by genetic test