The Carney complex, also known as Carney syndrome, NAME syndrome and LAMB syndrome, is a bunch of things that occur together due to some genetic problem. It should not be confused with the Carney triad.
NAME and LAMB are acronyms that were proposed later.
In addition to the elements in NAME and LAMB, it includes:
Two types exist:
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