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Figure 72.1
Cutaneous hyperextensibililty in classical Ehlers–Danlos syndrome.
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Figure 72.5
Extreme cutaneous fragility and laxity in dermatosparaxis.
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Figure 72.9
Blue sclera in osteogenesis imperfecta.
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Figure 72.13
Familial mandibuloacral dysplasia, showing the short club‐shaped terminal phalanges, the so‐called ‘tree‐frog’ appearance. (Courtesy of Dr A. M. Zina...
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Figure 72.17
Right fundus showing angioid streaks radiating from the optic nerve in pseudoxanthoma elasticum. (Courtesy of Miss Louise Allen, Cambridge University...
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Figure 72.2
Atrophic scarring of the elbow in classical Ehlers–Danlos syndrome.
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Figure 72.6
Premature periodontal recession in periodontitis type Ehlers–Danlos syndrome (type VIII).
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Figure 72.10
Autosomal dominant cutis laxa in a 13‐year‐old male. (Reproduced from Berk et al . 2012 [ ]. Reproduced with kind permission of Elsevier.)
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Figure 72.14
Pseudoxanthoma elasticum, showing the typical ‘chicken skin’ appearance involving the neck.
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Figure 72.18
Lipoid proteinosis. Typical ‘beaded’ papules present along the margins of the upper eyelids. (Courtesy of Dr R. C. D. Staughton, Chelsea and Westmins...
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Figure 72.3
Scarring of the forehead in classical Ehlers–Danlos syndrome.
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Figure 72.7
Pigmented pretibial plaques in periodontitis type Ehlers–Danlos syndrome (type VIII).
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Figure 72.11
Autosomal recessive type IA cutis laxa due to FBLN5 mutation in a 4‐year‐old girl. Generalized loose skin affecting the trunk, limbs and most eviden...
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Figure 72.15
Pseudoxanthoma elasticum of the axilla, showing the characteristic yellow discoloration of the skin and the loose folds. The changes in this condition...
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Figure 72.4
Cutaneous atrophy in vascular (acrogeric) Ehlers–Danlos syndrome.
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Figure 72.8
Pitted skin in prolidase deficiency. (Courtesy of Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, UK.)
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Figure 72.12
Child with Williams–Beuren syndrome exhibiting later facial features of full cheeks and lips, periorbital puffiness and epicanthic folds. (Copyright o...
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Figure 72.16
Left fundus showing angioid streaks at the macula which have caused deterioration of the central vision. A mottled appearance ‘peau d'orange’ can be s...