Keratoderma of Wyna-Toast: causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment

August 16, 2017 23:00 | Keratoderma

Keratodermia( mutilating, Meleda, Papillon-Lefevra) are represented mainly by hereditarily transmitted lesions of the dermis.Only in isolated cases this pathology is acquired.The main feature of the disease is the corneal dermis, which usually occurs around the palms, soles.Kernodermy Unna-Toast, which we will consider in more detail, is one of such diseases.

Features of the disease

Unna-tost disease is also known among specialists, like ichthyosis of the palms, soles( congenital), Unna-Tost syndrome, congenital palmar-plantar keratoma. This disease is characterized by an autosomal dominant type of inheritance.

Most often, the defeat covers the palms, feet.Only in some cases, the cornification of the dermis is noted solely on human feet.

Development of keratodermia Unni-Toast

Causes of occurrence

Congenital ichthyosis is the result of disturbance of the normal dermis coronary process.Pathology is characterized by an autosomal dominant type of inheritance.

The disease is transmitted to

children in the event that both parents have a mutated gene.This pathology can occur in different forms:

  • heavy,
  • easy.

Symptoms of

Usually keratoderma of Wina-Toa is recorded in very premature infants.In such babies, doctors usually diagnose a lot of vices in development.