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H L syndrome
 
H L syndrome
also known as Hippel-Lindau disease, occasionally also called retino-cerebellar angiomatosis, is a rare, hereditary tumor disease from the group of so-called phakomatoses.[1] Patients develop benign, tumor-like tissue changes (angiomas) primarily in the area of the retina of the eye and the cerebellum. The latter has also been referred to as Lindau tumor or Lindau syndrome.<ref>https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Morbus_Hippel-Lindau&oldid=207247719</ref>
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also known as Hippel-Lindau disease, occasionally also called retino-cerebellar angiomatosis, is a rare, hereditary tumor disease from the group of so-called phakomatoses. Patients develop benign, tumor-like tissue changes (angiomas) primarily in the area of the retina of the eye and the cerebellum. The latter has also been referred to as Lindau tumor or Lindau syndrome.<ref>https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Morbus_Hippel-Lindau&oldid=207247719</ref>
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Disease classification WHO
Q85.8 Hippel-Lindau Syndrome

H L syndrome

also known as Hippel-Lindau disease, occasionally also called retino-cerebellar angiomatosis, is a rare, hereditary tumor disease from the group of so-called phakomatoses. Patients develop benign, tumor-like tissue changes (angiomas) primarily in the area of the retina of the eye and the cerebellum. The latter has also been referred to as Lindau tumor or Lindau syndrome.[1]