1994
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.130.4.469
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Clinical findings, cutaneous pathology, and response to therapy in 21 patients with keratosis pilaris atrophicans

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“…3 Treatment is even more disappointing when the disease predominantly shows cicatricial changes, as in this present study. Treatment in this circumstance is reduced only to the use of topical paliative medication.…”
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“…3 Treatment is even more disappointing when the disease predominantly shows cicatricial changes, as in this present study. Treatment in this circumstance is reduced only to the use of topical paliative medication.…”
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confidence: 46%
“…Genetic studies in Dutch and English families showed connection with the Xp21.2-p22 gene. 8 However, other family analyses without evidence of inheritance linked to X suggest heterogeneous transmissions 1,3,4,9 and also sporadic 6 ones. This disease starts in the early years of life, initially on the face and progressing towards the trunk and limbs and it might spread to other parts of the body.…”
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“…However inheritance is not always clear and isolated cases and autosomal dominant inheritance (i.e. male-to male transmission) has been described as well (Baden and Byers, 1994;Castori et al, 2009;Kuokkanen, 1971;Oosterwijk et al, 1997). KFSD manifests in infancy or early childhood with thorny keratotic follicular papules, progressive alopecia of the scalp, eyelashes and mainly lateral parts of the eyebrows with variable degrees of inflammatory change.…”
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