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There were three pairs of monozygotic twins with glioma. In most affected sibling cases, the onset in the second sibling was usually within 5 years of that of the ﬁrst sibling. A high incidence of cerebral glioma was found in an isolated inbred community by Armstrong and Hanson (1969) and Thuwe et al. (1979). Glioblastoma multiforme is rare in children, but Duhaime et al. (1989) reported an affected sib pair aged 2 and 5 years with simultaneous onset of symptoms. Thus, although familial glioma not associated with a speciﬁc genetic syndrome does occur, it is infrequent.
These syndromes are described in detail in the next section. Thyroid cancers can be detected in 5–25 per cent of FAP patients. It should be noted that there is preliminary evidence that what is commonly referred to as “PTC” in FAP is not identical to classic PTC. , 1994). In contrast to classic PTC, FAP-related thyroid cancers do not show the typical ﬁr tree branching papillary pattern, and psammoma bodies are rare or non-existent. , 1994). , 1999). While thyroid tumours, for example, PTC, have been reported in CNC, it is currently unclear if PTC are true component cancers of CNC.
4 1 1 1 The calculated risks from Musarella and Gallie (1987) take into account the retinoblastoma mutation rate and assume that 90 per cent of individuals with a germline mutation will develop a tumour and 15 per cent of patients with unilateral retinoblastoma have a germline mutation. 2 The risks from Draper et al. (1992) for siblings relate to the ﬁrst child, when there are further unaffected siblings the risk will be lower. intracranial lesion, usually in the pineal. The association of pineal tumour and retinoblastoma is often termed trilateral retinoblastoma and occurs in patients with germline retinoblastoma mutations.