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any skin disorder involving abnormal redness

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CDS is a rare autosomal recessive inherited lipid storage disease associated with congenital ichthyotic erythroderma, and is characterized by neutral lipid accumulation in different organs, such as skin, muscle, the liver, central nervous system, and granulocytes (2), (3), (5).
Tsubota A, Akiyama M, Kanitakis J, et al: Mild recessive bullous congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma due to a previously unidentified homozygous keratin 10 nonsense mutation.
A skin biopsy is done occasionally and may be useful in an adult with generalised exfoliative erythroderma in order to differentiate it from other causes of erythroderma.
Finally, erythroderma and tumor stage patients had similar prognoses.
All patients presenting with erythroderma (dermatitis involving >90% of body surface area), any acute flare (spontaneous or precipitated by irritation of the skin), infection, stress or inadequate itch control need referral.
Korman NJ, Woods SG: Erythroderma bullous pemphigoid is a clinical variant of bullous pemphigoid.
Ichthyosiform erythroderma, hair shaft abnormalities, and mental and growth retardation.
Confluent erythroderma over the entire body was noted.
Sarcoidosis in a child, presenting as an erythroderma with keratotic spines and palmar pits.
The patient's dermatologic condition was diagnosed as psoriasiform dermatitis, having progressed to frank erythroderma with resultant hypothermia, a sepsis-like syndrome, hypotension, hypoalbuminemia, and total cutaneous failure.
The malignant T cells involve the skin, causing plaques, patches, erythroderma and/or tumors and can involve other organs, including the blood, lymph nodes and viscera.
Improvement in SWAT scores was observed in patients while on therapy and erythroderma was improved in the majority of patients treated with Fodosine(TM).
There was diffuse blanching erythroderma of the neck and anterior chest; there was a small, nontender, shallow ulceration on the hard palate; there was no palpable lymphadenopathy; the lungs were clear to auscultation; and a Grade II/VI systolic murmur was heard throughout the precordium.