Skin Diseases

The skin is our largest organ in the body and often times the signs and symptoms found on the skin can be hallmark signs of a rare disease. Small, non-blanching red bumps may not be noticeable to anyone but you; however, they could be the first clue to a genetic disease found among many family members.

Café au lait spots, or light to dark brown spots on the skin are usually the earliest signs of neurofibromatosis.

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