Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Wardenberg syndrome - smooth pigmentation.. Hilarious. The iris iris folds above the broad consoles and is nerve-shaped

Wardenberg syndrome:
The manifestations of this syndrome are: Irritable iris iris folds over broad consoles and nerve design.
Smooth pigment:
Is a genetic disorder that often affects females, characterized by skin manifestations that appear after birth, usually in the first month, in the form of small vesicles or small clusters or nodules and finally to varicose lesions followed by pigmentation of various forms, linear or spiral in the second year of life.
Other manifestations of pigmented sores are toothlessness, epilepsy, mental retardation, spastic paralysis, smallness of the head, ocular malformations such as nystagmus, optic neuritis, retinitis, placenta, alopecia, or nail deformation.