Multiple mucosal neuroma syndrome

multiple mucosal neuroma syndrome n.
A syndrome seen in young persons and characterized by multiple submucosal neuromas or neurofibromas of the tongue, lips, and eyelids, sometimes accompanied by tumors of the thyroid or adrenal medulla or by subcutaneous neurofibromatosis.


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