Epidermolysis bullosa

An autosomal recessive inherited skin disorder caused by mutations in the genes encoding keratins 5 and 14, collagen VII or laminin 5. It is characterized by skin fragility and the formation of blisters. The blisters may become large and ulcerated, resulting in skin infections and loss of body fluids.

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1 month Baby Diagnosed - Congenital Epidermolysis Bullosa with septicaemia and Dyselectrolytemia. Is this condition cura...See More

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Thanks for remembering,Dr Pawar . There is no cure if it is congenital EB ,only preventing trauma helps . Here there is extensive denudation of the skin . So it is to be treated in lines of burns . Sepsis is treatable if vigorously managed...


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