Aquagenic (pseudo)keratoderma: A clinical series with new pathological insights
British Journal of Dermatology, 05/10/2012Rongioletti F et al.
Aquagenic keratoderma may be associated with a heterozygous mutation in the cystic fibrosis gene. Although the diagnosis is a clinical one, histopathology is useful and may reveal some characteristic diagnostic clues. Aquagenic pseudokeratoderma seems to be a more appropriate term to name it.
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