A syndrome characterized mainly by non-ossifying fibromata and extraskeletal congenital anomalies.
A syndrome of unknown etiology with variable expression characterized mainly by multiple non-ossifying fibromata, extraskeletal congenital anomalies such as café-au-lait spots, mental retardation, hypogonadism or cryptorchidism, and ocular and cardiovascular malformations.
- H. L. Jaffe:
In: H. L. Jaffe, editor: Tumors and Tumorous Conditions of the Bones and Joints. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1958, pp 117-141.
- J. M. Mirra et al:
Multiple Disseminated non-ossifying fibromas in association with café-au-lait spots (Jaffe-Campanacci syndrome).
Clinical Orthopaedics, Philadelphia, 1982, 168: 192-205.
- M. Campanacci al.
Multiple non-ossifying fibromata with extraskeletal anomalies: A new syndrome.
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, London, 1983, 65(B):627-32.
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