-a neurocutaneous syndrome
Tubers in the brain
Ash leaf hypopigmented macules on the skin, more visible under uv light (woods lamp), facial angiofibroma, forehead plaques, periungual fibroma,
Presents in infancy with infantile spasms (seizures) which may be confused with colic. (may be described as head bobbing, doubling up etc) Treat with ACTH
Dental involement (pits), lung involvement etc
There may be learning disabilities, mental retardation or epilepsy.