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[Bloch-Sulzberg syndrome in pathology].

Authors
  • Adamicová, K
  • Fetisovová, Z
  • Málís, V
  • Málisová, S
Type
Published Article
Journal
Ceskoslovenská patologie
Publication Date
Jul 01, 2007
Volume
43
Issue
3
Pages
109–113
Identifiers
PMID: 17821839
Source
Medline
License
Unknown

Abstract

The authors present some pathological findings in the skin and hair of the child affected by rather rare Bloch-Sulzberg syndrome manifested in incontinentia pigmenti, followed for 10 years. In this work are presented also some recent data about pathogenesis of the disease with X-chromosome dominant heredity, primary of neuroectodermal origincaused by mutation of nuclear factor kappa-B of essential modulator (NEMO) of the gene (chromosomal locus Xq28).

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