1997
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.133.12.1551
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Preauricular skin defects. A consequence of a persistent ectodermal groove

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“…In five families, two members were affected, whereas three members belonging to three generations were affected in one family ( Fig. 2) The mode of inheritance is consistent with an autosomal dominant disorder in four families (1,3,4,6). In the other two families (2,5), the mode of inheritance is hard to ascertain.…”
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“…In five families, two members were affected, whereas three members belonging to three generations were affected in one family ( Fig. 2) The mode of inheritance is consistent with an autosomal dominant disorder in four families (1,3,4,6). In the other two families (2,5), the mode of inheritance is hard to ascertain.…”
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confidence: 77%
“…A further series of 10 patients with bilateral oval atrophic areas distributed in a line from the preauricular area to the angle of the mouth was published. 16 A rim of long hair surrounded many of these lesions. Two sisters and the daughter of one of the sisters in one family and two siblings in another family were affected.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Biopsies of two of 10 patients with preauricular lesions, many with a hair collar, showed flattened atrophic epidermis with replacement of dermis by loose connective tissue and notably absent adnexal structures. 16 Despite some differences in the dermal changes the epidermal and adnexal alterations are very similar.…”
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