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>Journals >Revista Médica MD >Year 2017, Issue 2


Pérez-Elizondo AD, Valdés-López A
Bart's Syndrome
Rev Med MD 2017; 8.9 (2)

Language: Español
References: 7
Page: 187-190
PDF: 529.53 Kb.


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ABSTRACT

Bart's syndrome is an infrequent congenital disorder characterized by the association of epidermolysis bullosa, localized congenital skin absence, and occasional nail abnormalities. In this report, we describe the case of a male newborn that was sent to the Children's Hospital at the Maternal and Child Institute of the State of Mexico to receive assessment. At his arrival medical examination revealed extended blisters and localized congenital skin absence in lower limbs at birth. After treatment the patient experienced notorious improvement and a favorable clinical evolution.


Key words: Aplasia cutis, Bart syndrome, epidermolysis bullosa.


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