Darier's disease: oral features and genetic aspects.
- Published Article
British dental journal
- Publication Date
Jan 20, 1990
Darier's disease, a genetically transmitted, autosomal dominant hyperkeratosis is a condition only occasionally described in the dental literature. A familial study is presented, which highlights the autosomal dominant inheritance mode of the condition and emphasises the similarity between the palatal lesions and nicotinic stomatitis.
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