Localized Darier's disease in a Blaschkoid distribution: two cases of phenotypic mosaicism and a review of mosaic Darier's disease
The Journal of dermatology, Volume 34, Issue 11, 2007, Pages 761-764.
Darier's disease is a rare autosomal dominant genodermatosis. Characteristic skin and nail changes consist of bilateral crusted red-brown papules and plaques in a seborrheic distribution, and V-shaped nicking or longitudinal ridging of the nails. In limited cases, a segmental distribution of this disease may be present in which localized ...More
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