Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Harlequine fetus.. The panels resemble a thick horny mantle covering the entire skin and are found adjoining. The skin is dry, hyperthyroidism and cracker

Harlequine fetus:
It is a more severe form of the waxy child afflicting the intrauterine skin and causes thick corneal-like plaques to cover the entire skin and are usually found adjoining. This type usually leads to premature death after birth.
It is rare and may have other systemic manifestations. The disease usually kills during the first month of life.
Clinical manifestations:
- Dry skin hypercirculation and cracker.
- The abnormal skin is abnormal, leads to stinging in the eyelids and ears distorted and small distorting large facial expressions.
- Some reports have shown encouraging results using the "atretines" of the infected child.