Congenital Ichthyosis – A Case Report

@inproceedings{Saple2015CongenitalI,
  title={Congenital Ichthyosis {\^a}€“ A Case Report},
  author={Pallavi P. Saple and Nitin Kumar and Gogoi Arpita and Wankhede Sneha},
  year={2015}
}
Disorders of cornification (ichthyoses) are a primary group of inherited conditions characterized clinically by scaling and histopathologically by hyperkeratosis. Collodion and harlequin babies are types of these disorders. These disorders may cause considerable disfigurement and psychological stress to caretakers. Early diagnosis is helpful to predict prognosis and to provide supportive management for the patients and families. According to Various case reports the mortality of collodion… CONTINUE READING

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