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Incontinentia pigmenti

Das Bloch-Sulzberger-Syndrom ist eine x-chromosomal dominante Erkrankung, die durch Mutationen im IKBKG-Gen hervorgerufen wird. Bei den hemizygot betroffenen Knaben führt sie frühzeitig manchmal sogar schon pränatal zum Tode. Die ektodermalen Veränderungen finden sich entlang der Blaschko-Linien und zeigen sich vor allem als bullöses Exanthem und verruköse Plaques, die im weiteren Verlauf eine Hyperpigmentation aufweisen. Weiterhin finden sich Zahnanomalien, Alopezieund Nageldystrophien. Auch Veränderungen des ZNS und der Retina können vorkommen.

Gliederung

Erbliche Hauterkrankungen
Autoinflammation mit Arthritis und Dyskeratose
Chronische atypische neutrophile Dermatose mit Lipodystrophie und erhöhter Temperatur
Dyschromatosis symmetrica hereditaria
Ektodermale Dysplasie mit Immundefekt
Epidermolysis bullosa
Familiäre Acne inversa 1
Griscelli-Syndrom Typ 2
Hermansky-Pudlak-Syndrome 2
Incontinentia pigmenti
IKBKG
Interleukin 36-Rezeptor-Antagonist-Mangel
Interstitielle Lungenerkrankung mit nephrotischem Syndrom und Epidemiolysis bullosa
Keratosis linearis - Ichthyosis congenita - sklerosierendes Keratoderm
Neigung zu Vitiligo-assoziierter multipler Autoimmunerkrankung 1
Neonatale enzündliche Haut- und Darmerkrankung Typ 1
Nephropathie mit prätibialer epidermolysis bullosa und Schwerhörigkeit
Periodisches Fieber mit Beginn im Kindesalter-Pannikulitis-Dermatose-Syndrom
Piebaldismus
Pityriasis rubra pilaris
Psoriasis 02
Psoriasis 14
Psoriasis 15
Pyoderma gangraenosum, Acne und Hidradenitis suppurativa (PASH)
Pyogene Arthritis - Pyoderma gangraenosum - Akne - Syndrom

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Wikipedia Artikel

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Update: 17. Oktober 2019