Epidermolysis bullosa

March 31, 2007
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Otoscopic Clinic
Epidermolysis bullosa is characterized by fragile skin and/or mucosal surfaces along with subsequent blistering, erosions, and scarring. It can occur anywhere on the body. The blistering occurs as a result of a facile separation of the cutaneous layers, which is attributable to either genetically faulty structural proteins or acquired autoantibodies against those proteins.

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