Legius syndrome , also known as neurofibromatosis type 1-like syndrome, is a rare, genetic skin pigmentation disorder characterized by multiple café au lait spots with or without axillary or inguinal freckling. Epidemiology. The prevalence of Legius syndrome is not known.

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