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Acta Dermatovenerol Croat. 2015;23(1):59-62.

Hypercalciuria in a child with acral peeling skin syndrome: a case report.

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Daiva Gorczyca, MD, 3rd Department and Clinic of Paediatrics, Immunology and Rheumatology of Developmental Age, Wroclaw Medical University , ul. Koszarowa 5, 51-149, Wroclaw, Poland; daiva.gorczyca@umed.wroc.pl.

Abstract

We present a case of 3-year-old Caucasian boy who developed monthly cyclic attacks of skin peeling of the palms and soles over 1.5 years. The skin peeling was associated with hypercalciuria. No mutation was present in TGM5 and CSTA genes, but the typical clinical picture and the biopsy from flaccid blisters on the feet confirmed the acral peeling skin syndrome (APSS). The possible associations of rare genetic disorders and metabolic conditions in the course of APSS need to be investigated.

PMID:
25969915
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