Blue Rubber Bleb Nevus Syndrome with Musculo-skeletal Involv
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Case Report

A 13-year-old boy presented with multiple blue raised skin lesions all over the body. Starting in the first year of life the lesions first appeared on the nape of the neck and gradually increased in number and size. He denied history of seizures, headache, vision/ hearing defect, dyspnea, dysphagia, GI bleed or pain abdomen. Physical examination revealed moderate pallor and an eversion deformity of the left foot. The length and girth of the left leg was decreased as compared to the right side (82 vs 87 cms when measured between anterior superior iliac spine and lateral malleolus and 21cm vs 24 cm measured at the junction of middle and lower one third of leg) leading to short limb gait along with the scoliosis of dorso-lumbar spine....

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