We present in this paper the case of a 12-year-old girl who had the clinical features of 2 different disorders: neurofibromatosis 1 (NF1) and 3 hemangiomas located in the skin, liver and mediastinum. The patient did not receive any specific treatment and showed a normal progressive evolution that lasted 1 / to 2 years and a very slow regression that lasted for a more prolonged time than expected (the 3 hemangiomas have not completely disappeared yet), although all 3 have been asymptomatic. MRI of the brain did not disclose a hemangioblastoma of the cerebellum or any other vascular lesion of the brain. Mental development of this girl was in the borderline range, as is commonly seen in Pascual-Castroviejo II syndrome (P-CIIS)/PHACE syndrome and in NF1, 2 syndromes which have not been reported to be associated in the same patient previously.
According to police, a 9-year-old girl was walking north on Urban Road at 8:50 a.m. on Oct. 25 when she saw a gray pickup truck with a ladder on it slowly following her. When she reached Park Avenue, police say a man got out of the truck and started following the girl on foot.
These images were sent to us by our Observer Omid Habibinia. He says the footage was filmed on September 18 in the town of Rasht. It allegedly shows security forces detain a protester at the entrance of her building after having followed her home. Her family and neighbours appear to struggle to help her before being pushed back by the police.
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