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Epidermolysis bullosa

Epidermolysis bullosa: Introduction

A group of rare inherited noninflammatory skin diseases where the top dermal layer of the skin is loosely attached causing vesicles and bullae to form readily where even a minor skin injury or trauma occurs. Vesicles and bullae are thin-walled blisters that occur on the skin or mucous membranes and are filled with clear fluid. ...more »

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Epidermolysis bullosa: Complications

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Causes of Epidermolysis bullosa

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Disease Topics Related To Epidermolysis bullosa

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Misdiagnosis and Epidermolysis bullosa

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Evidence Based Medicine Research for Epidermolysis bullosa

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Prognosis for Epidermolysis bullosa

Prognosis for Epidermolysis bullosa: This disorder can be both disabling and disfiguring, and some forms may lead to early death. (Source: excerpt from Questions and Answers about Heritable Disorders of Connective Tissue: NIAMS)

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Clinical Trials for Epidermolysis bullosa

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