One major criterion-two or more retinal hamartomas, SEGA, facial angiofibroma, ungual fibroma, or...
Two minor criteria-single retinal hamartoma, infantile spasms, hypopigmented skin macules, shagreen patch, bilateral renal angiomyolipomata or cysts, cardiac rhabdomyoma, first-degree relative with this condition
Treatment directed at clinical manifestations
Patients with hydrocephalus may undergo surgical excision of SEGA and/or ventriculoperitoneal shunting
Delayed diagnosis of hydrocephalus may worsen mental status, control of seizures, visual outcome