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Tuberous Sclerosis in Pregnancy.

RATTAN, PAWAN K. MD; KNUPPEL, ROBERT A. MD, MPH; SCERBO, JOSE C. MD; FOSTER, GEORGE MD
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Abstract

Tuberous sclerosis is a relatively rare autosomal dominant disorder. The only report found in the English literature suggests that the pregnancy course for a woman with this disorder may be uneventful. The present authors report two cases indicating that these patients may be at increased risk in pregnancy.

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