Epidermolysis Bullosa

These diseases are characterized by the formation of blisters, being the extension related to the subtype of EB. In addition to the blisters on the skin, the oral and esophageal mucosae, the teeth (hypoplasia of enamels, cavities, loss of teeth), nails (with anonychia) and hair (hypotrichosis and alopecia)….

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The term ichthyosis derives from the Greek word ichthys, which means fish, referring to the cutaneous scaling observed in this group of diseases.

There are several types of ichthyosis, all of rare occurrence, and they may be either congenital or acquired. Congenital ichthyoses are caused by different genetic mutations.

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Xeroderma Pigmentosum

It consists of a group of hereditary, rare diseases, of genetically heterogeneous origin, and some different types are described according to the genetic mutation shown…

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Ectodermal Dysplasia

They consist of a complex group of diseases in which defects occur in at least two ectoderm derived structures: hair, teeth, nails and sweat glands. They may also be associated with anomalies of other organs. There are more than two hundred diseases described…