Familial isolated café-au-lait macules
Synonyms: CALs syndrome isolated | Familial CALMs isolated | Familial isolated CALSs | Familial isolated café-au-lait spots | Multiple isolated café-au-lait spots | Multiple isolated café-au-lait syndrome | NF6 | Neurofibromatosis type 6
Neurofibromatosis type 6 (NF6) also referred as café-au-lait spots syndrome is a cutaneous disorder characterized by the presence of several café-au-lait (CAL) macules without any other manifestations of neurofibromatosis or any other systemic disorder.
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