(Science: oncology, tumour) A neurofibroma is a smooth, polypoid, soft or firm tumour that arises from the schwann cells and fibroblasts of the neurilemmal sheath. They may grow anywhere in the myelinated nervous system.
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... All I know is that the NF-1 gene produces neurofibromin which acts as a tumor suppressor, and mutations in the gene lead to the formation of neurofibromas which take hold along the nerves of the skin and brain. I would appreciate some help or advice if possible but I know research regarding ...
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