1975
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.111.6.751
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Incontinentia pigmenti achromians

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“…The cause of HI is not known. In the few reported patients suggestive of dominant autosomal (2) or X-linked (2,7,25) and recessive (23,26) inheritance, the diagnosis of HI is dubious (9). Gene assignment was postulated in chromosomes 2 or 8 (27), in chromosome 15 (28), and in chromosome 9 (28).…”
Section: Etiology and Geneticsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The cause of HI is not known. In the few reported patients suggestive of dominant autosomal (2) or X-linked (2,7,25) and recessive (23,26) inheritance, the diagnosis of HI is dubious (9). Gene assignment was postulated in chromosomes 2 or 8 (27), in chromosome 15 (28), and in chromosome 9 (28).…”
Section: Etiology and Geneticsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…30 Edward is presented 'not as a chivalric hero but as an elderly tyrant, too tied to his own desires to make the right decision for his country'an act that, as Persons outlines, engendered the hatred between Richard II and John of Gaunt and led to the outbreak of civil war. 31 Although Persons's Conference was written after the first performances of Edward III, the publication of the play in 1596 and 1599 may have been partly influenced by it as, according to Sir Thomas Craig, the Conference made 'deep impressions on the minds of men'. 32 The intimate connection between Edward III and Henry V and their monarchs' legacies is evident through the way in which Shakespeare's later play recalls the occasion of Prince Edward's near death at Crécy (Edward III, Scene 8).…”
Section: Fracturing the Idealized Monarchmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…On the other hand there is other evidence to support a close clinical and histopathological relationship betweenIP and IPA (7,8,13,14).…”
Section: Laboratory Examinationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The histopathological changes in IPA are not so remarkable. The horny, granular and prickle layers are almost normal (I), though some pa,pers report hyperkeratosis (2, 8), acanthosis (2,8), irregular elongation of the me ridges (3) and spongiosis (7). In the basal layer.…”
Section: Laboratory Examinationsmentioning
confidence: 99%