New‐Onset Ichthyosis and Diabetes in a 14‐Year‐Old

@article{Scheinfeld2001NewOnsetIA,
  title={New‐Onset Ichthyosis and Diabetes in a 14‐Year‐Old},
  author={Noah S. Scheinfeld and Miriam Libkind and Simon Freilich},
  journal={Pediatric Dermatology},
  year={2001},
  volume={18}
}
Diabetes has not been linked to acquired ichthyosis or ichthyosis vulgaris. We report a newly diagnosed diabetic 14‐year‐old girl with bilateral tibial and sacral ichthyosiform plaques and a hemoglobin A1c of 20.1%. The patient had no personal or family history of atopy or ichthyosis and lacked keratosis pilaris or hyperlinear palms. A biopsy specimen of an ichthyosiform plaque showed compact lamellar orthohyperkeratosis and hypogranulosis, histopathology consistent with either ichthyosis… 
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