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  author={Sandra Tagliolatto and Octavio de Oliveira Santos Neto and Maur{\'i}cio M.A. Alchorne and Mauro Yoshiaki Enokihara},
Epidermolysis Bullosa is a genetic disorder that affects mainly the skin, however, all others systems are influenced. The nutritional care of children and adolescents with Epidermolysis Bullosa is a key treatment strategy, since the energy needs are increased due to the disease’s metabolism, burdening the immune system and cicatrization process, symptoms caused by the disease hinder the intake and adequate absorption of nutrients, which may result in inadequate growth and development. Because… 

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