[Tuberous sclerosis associated with left ventricle rhabdomyoma].Arq Bras Cardiol. 1990 Dec; 55(6):381-3.AB
Female infant, presenting with flexion spasms, skin hypochromatic spots and systolic ejection murmur. A clinical diagnosis of tuberous sclerosis, supported by computerized brain tomography and neurosonographic data, was made. Echocardiographic and cineangiocardiographic studies disclosed an associated tumor in left ventricle outlet. After resection of the rhabdomyoma, the patient is asymptomatic with neural manifestations controlled under valproic acid.