Tuberous sclerosis without mental deficiency or epilepsy. The abortive Bourneville disease.

Abstract

Three cases of abortive Bourneville's disease, without detected involvement of the CNS, are reported. Two were in the same family and had a 20-year follow up. The importance of fluoroangiography in studying the retinal manifestations of this disease is stressed.

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@article{Orzalesi1977TuberousSW, title={Tuberous sclerosis without mental deficiency or epilepsy. The abortive Bourneville disease.}, author={Nicola Orzalesi and Federico Maria Grignolo}, journal={Ophthalmologica. Journal international d'ophtalmologie. International journal of ophthalmology. Zeitschrift für Augenheilkunde}, year={1977}, volume={175 5}, pages={241-9} }