Anesthesia Considerations for Neurofibromatosis
(Von Recklinghausen Disease)

Neurofibromatosis is an autosomal dominant trait with new mutations being common. The hallmark of the disease is café-au-lait spots (more than six that are greater than 1.5cm in diameter) and neurofibromas.

Associated Conditions:

Anesthetic Considerations:


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