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Wyburn-Mason syndrome is a neurocutaneous disorder which typically presents with unilateral vascular abnormalities involving the facial structures, orbits and brain. We would like to present the clinical and radiological features in a newborn who had bilateral manifestations of this disorder and review the literature.
Key wordsNeurocutaneous Haemangioma
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