1956
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1956.01550020023004
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Dyskeratosis Congenita

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“…Dyskeratosis congenita [3][4][5][6][7] is another dysplasia which has certain features in common with our cases such as reticular pigm entation, poikiloderma-like lesions, hyperkeratosis of the palms and soles and some uretro-genital and mental underdevelopment. Thus far this disorder was encountered only in males.…”
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“…Dyskeratosis congenita [3][4][5][6][7] is another dysplasia which has certain features in common with our cases such as reticular pigm entation, poikiloderma-like lesions, hyperkeratosis of the palms and soles and some uretro-genital and mental underdevelopment. Thus far this disorder was encountered only in males.…”
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“…In addition to this triad, several less constant manifesta tions such as abnormalities of the eyes, ears, esophagus, bones, teeth and genitourinary tract have been mentioned in the literature [6]. Many patients have exhibited various types of hematologic abnormalities including blood dyscrasia, myeloid aplasia, refractory anemia, pancytopenia and Fanconi's anemia.…”
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“…Males are more frequently affected and inheritance is probably recessive. The classic triad consists of poikiloderma, leukoplakial changes with atrophy of the mucosae and nail dystrophy which corresponds to what Costello and Buncke [5] have called 'major features'. In later stages there is a frequent association with hemato logic abnormalities, such as aplastic anemia, similar to those of Fanconi's syndrome.…”
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