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Unfortunately no: Eb can not be cured as it is a genetic condition. Several trials do occur that are looking at stem cell transplants as a method of increasing skin resistant to shearing forces and have shown promising results. http://www.debra.org/research-trials. ...Read more
Revertant Mosaiciam: Revertant mosaicism or natural gene therapy is the somatic reversion of an inherited mutation, thereby partially or completely restoring the phenotype. In eb this phenomenon is visible as clinically healthy patches, surrounded by affected skin. The underlying mechanism of reversion has been investigated in a cohort of nine patients. ...Read more
Genetics: You inherit acne and can trigger break outs with stress, lack of sleep, sun damage, hormones, and more. You need a doctor to treat this. It can be life long and it will be best to get it under control to avoid scarring. Avoid Picking. To get help with scarring or active breakouts a medspa doctor can prescribe medication and laser skin care therapy as well as products between visits. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No specific link: The congenital melanocytic nevus syndrome is considered sporadic in its occurrence.A few available studies of biopsy material have found abnormalities on the 1st, 12th or 19 th chromosome but no consistent pattern is reported.See the recent article : www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pmc/articles/pmc2994429. ...Read more
Disease: Depends where the lesion is. Likely it is a benign tumor (fibroma) that has skin color changes (melanosis) that need to be followed and biopsied on a regular basis. Autoimmune disease might also be a contributing factor. Ur dermatologist could best answer this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Xeroderma pigmentosu: Xeroderma pigmentosum is a condition which makes people very sensitive to the sun (uv rays). It can cause severe sun burning & freckling of skin. It is called xeroderma because it can dry the skin out and pigmentosum because there is added skin pigment. It can affect the eyes and may be associated with a number of other symptoms. ...Read more
What's the difference between keratolysis exfoliativa (focal palmar peeling) and dyshidrotic eczema?
See below: It is a term that refers to their skin being as fragile as a butterfly's wings. ...Read more
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