Sturge-Weber presents with a portwine stain on one side of the face. SW patients may also have seizures, glaucoma, or developmental delays. Blood vessels on the affected side of the brain may be abnormal.
Wyburn-Mason also presents with portwine stains on the face. It affects the brain and the retina of one eye. People with this condition may have additional AVMs in other parts of the body, particularly the face.
Klippel-Trenaunay affects up to ¼ of the body, including a whole arm or leg. It most often presents with portwine stains on the affected limb, varicose veins, overgrowth or undergrowth of the limb, and an improperly developed lymph system.
Parkes-Weber is very similar to Klippel-Trenaunay, but includes the presence of AVM(s) as well as VMs and LMs. KT and PW patients are prone to cellulitis.
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