Nonsurgical treatment of congenital ichthyosis cicatricial ectropion and eyelid retraction using Restylane hyaluronic acid

@article{Litwin2015NonsurgicalTO,
  title={Nonsurgical treatment of congenital ichthyosis cicatricial ectropion and eyelid retraction using Restylane hyaluronic acid},
  author={A. Litwin and G. Kalantzis and E. Drimtzias and S. Hamada and B. Chang and R. Malhotra},
  journal={British Journal of Dermatology},
  year={2015},
  volume={173}
}
  • A. Litwin, G. Kalantzis, +3 authors R. Malhotra
  • Published 2015
  • Medicine
  • British Journal of Dermatology
  • DEAR EDITOR, The ichthyosiform dermatoses are hereditary conditions in which genetic mutations alter the normal development and function of keratinocytes, causing a defect in skin desquamation. Secondary ectropion and cicatricial eyelid retraction are commonly seen, often causing significant functional and cosmetic sequelae. Due to the generalized nature of the skin involved, management options are limited. Here we report three patients with sight-threatening bilateral upperand lower-eyelid… CONTINUE READING
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