Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Bullous icthyosiform erythroderma.. Scalp scales are thick and corneal and exist at birth and then disappear

Bullous icthyosiform erythroderma:
It is a rare disease inherited as a compelling disease.
Clinical manifestations:
The disease begins immediately after birth, and is characterized by generalized baths in early childhood and areas of hyperplasia, squamous and bubonic clusters. These clusters may occur anywhere, but tend to occur in the ground and as a result may occur above the knees and elbows, especially when the child begins to walk or walk.
The skin covers thick, corneal scales that are present at birth and then disappear. Areas that are affected are the emotional surfaces and skin folds.
Topical thoracic lesions and bubonic form are known as "hedgehogs". This form should differentiate the epidermal epidermis.