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Die Neuroichthyosen: Eine genetisch heterogene Krankheitsgruppe mit Modellcharakter für neurokutane Syndrome

  • H. Traupe
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Zusammenfassung

Die Neuroichthyosen sind seltene Erkrankungen. Die genaue Einordnung eines Krankheitsfalles kann deshalb sowohl dem Dermatologen als auch dem Neuropädiater Kopfzerbrechen bereiten. Ziel dieser kurzen Übersicht ist es, Klinik und genetische Vielfalt der Neuroichthyosen darzustellen und ihren Modellcharakter für andere neurokutane Syndrome herauszuarbeiten.

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