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A 19-year-old boy presented with a gradually increasing head swelling. Physical examination revealed a right-sided frontal bulge (figure 1A). He had a verrucous epidermal nevus involving the right axilla (figure 1B). Most glaring was the discrepancy in length of the lower limbs with the right being noticeably longer than the left (figure 1C). There were multiple varicose veins over both the lower limbs (figure 1C). In addition, the index and middle fingers of the right hand …
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