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sturge-weber syndrome
These patients may have cerebral atrophy, "port-wine" nevus in the distribution of the ophthalmic division of the trigeminal nerve (around and above the eye on one side of the face), and seizures on the opposite side of the body.  There are calcifications in the cortex of the brain.  This is one of the neurocutaneous disorders.


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