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café au lait

in dogs, a rich, light brown colored coat. Used in the breed description of Poodles.
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Cafe-au-lait macules (CALMs) are sharply defined, light-brown patches that vary in size from 0.
7) It is present in about 70% of affected subjects and appears a little later than the cafe-au-lait spots, the youngest case in one series being 3 years old.
Table 1: Clinical Presentation of Neurofibromas Type 1 in 50 Patients Clinical Feature Patients Patients Percent Examined Affected Neurofibromas (> 2) 50 50 100 Cafe-au-lait Macules (> 6) 50 49 99 Lisch Nodules (1-2) 50 30 60 Axillary/Inguinal Freckling 50 50 -- Short stature and Macrocephaly 50 1 2 First Degree Relative with NF1 50 10 20 Ventricular Dilation with 50 1 2 Aqueductal Stenosis on CT Table 2: Site Distribution of Neurofibromas in Neurofibromatosis Type1 Neurofibromas Head & Trunk Extremities Neck Benign neurofibromas Cutaneous 3 11 19 Subcutaneous 1 2 5 Plexiform 0 1 1 Segmental 0 0 1 Total (Percent) 9.
No physicians ranked skin tumors or cafe-au-lait macules as most important to treat (Table 1).
Patients are more likely than physicians (31% versus 3%) to rank manifestations that cause morbidity (skin tumors, learning disabilities, and cafe-au-lait macules) as most important.
Five or more cafe-au-lait spots larger than 5 mm in diameter in pre pubertal patients; six or more cafe-au-lait spots larger than 15 mm in diameter in post pubertal patients.
The diagnosis requires six or more cafe au lait cafe-au-lait spots, each larger than 1, 5 cm in diameter.
7 Cafe-au-lait spots are seen more frequently in blacks and if numerous they may be an early sign of diseases like neurofibromatosis.
5%) were in boys; followed by 4 (2%) newborns with cafe-au-lait macules, 2 (1%) were observed in girls and two (1%) in boys, while congenital melanocytic nevus was seen in only one newborn (0.
Cafe-au-lait spots were located on trunk in three (75%) neonates and on lower limb in one (25%) (Table 2).
Twenty seven (71%) out of 38 Sindhis had pigmented birth marks including Mongolian spots in 25 and cafe-au-lait spots in two of them.