Introduction: Neurofibromatosis (NF1) is a autosomal
dominant disease and can involve numerous organs and
organ-systems of our body. Neurofibromas (cutaneous)
are the characteristic lesion of NF1 and spinal neurofibromas
are also commonly seen in patients with NF1.
Frequency of spinal neurofibroma is thoracic, followed
by cervical, lumbar and rarely sacral region. Of these spinal
neurofibromas, majority are intra-dural extra-medullary,
and few are intra-meduallary(1%) in location.
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