1961
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1961.01580170056008
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Four Hereditary Mucosal Syndromes

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“…M icrovilli, some branched, extend into the interior o f the in clusion. x 33,000. present case have been described in cytological smears of the oral mucosa from pa tients with Darier-White's disease [12]. The 'corps ronds' of Darier's disease consist of a largely autolyzed cell surrounded by a dense layer of tonofilaments and containing a pyknotic nucleus [13], and are thus dis tinctly different from the inclusions de scribed here.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 84%
“…M icrovilli, some branched, extend into the interior o f the in clusion. x 33,000. present case have been described in cytological smears of the oral mucosa from pa tients with Darier-White's disease [12]. The 'corps ronds' of Darier's disease consist of a largely autolyzed cell surrounded by a dense layer of tonofilaments and containing a pyknotic nucleus [13], and are thus dis tinctly different from the inclusions de scribed here.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 84%
“…12 Therefore, these cases do not meet the diagnostic criteria for HBID and should probably be classified as one of the closely related disorders that affect only the oral mucosa. 19 Thus, this report represents only the fifth non Native American proband with confirmed HBID, and serves as a reminder to ophthalmologists to consider the diagnosis of HBID, even in the absence of Native American ancestry and a family history.…”
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confidence: 92%
“…All these clinical features of white sponge nevus arc similar to our case. Ex traoral lesions of white sponge nevus involv ing the rectum [8], the nasal mucosa [9], the vagina [10] or the esophagus [11] are some times found. But histologically the white sponge nevus is quite different from our case.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%