Radiological Findings of Gorlin Syndrome-A Case Report
Basal cell nevus (Gorlin-Goltz) syndrome is a rare autosomal dominant disorder with multiple developmental anomalies and predisposition to various neoplasms. We present a 60 year old male with pigmented, ulcerated skin lesions in face, neck and trunk, histologically proved to be basal cell carcinomas. Mild exopthalmos, hypertelorism, chest wall deformity & scoliosis were noted. Radiological imaging showed calcification of falx cerebri & tentorium cerebelli, bridging of sella turcica, right third, fourth and fifth bifid ribs, scoliosis of lumbar spine, odontogenic keratocyst of mandible and flame shaped lucencies in hands.
Nepalese Journal of Radiology / Vol.3 / No.1 / Issue 4 / Jan-June, 2013 / 94-98