Incontinentia Pigmenti: Case Report
TL;DR: A case of a female newborn exhibiting characteristic cutaneous and neurologic findings with one-year follow-up is reported.
Abstract: Incontinentia pigmenti or Bloch-Sulzberger syndrome is a rare X-linked dominant disorder with characteristic skin, hair, eye, dental and neurologic abnormalities mostly affecting females. We report a case of a female newborn exhibiting characteristic cutaneous and neurologic findings with one-year follow-up.
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..., a 19-day female infant diagnosed with IP was admitted due to seizure and linear erythematous and vesicular skin eruptions on the upper and lower extremities from the age of 12 days that all laboratory findings were normal except an abnormal electroencephalography (EEG) and skin biopsy which confirmed the diagnosis of IP....
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...Therefore, more than 95% of the patients are female infants (9)....