PMID: 2864898Sep 1, 1985Paper

Mucosal neuroma syndrome--a phenotype for malignancy

Archives of Disease in Childhood
M P WhiteN A Coutts


The mucosal neuroma syndrome is characterised by a typical physical appearance, neuromata on tongue and buccal mucosa, and a high risk of developing medullary thyroid carcinoma and phaeochromocytoma. A case is described and the importance of early recognition for prevention of malignancy is stressed.


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