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3-beta-Hydroxysteroid sulphatase deficiency

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Description of 3-beta-Hydroxysteroid sulphatase deficiency

3-beta-Hydroxysteroid sulphatase deficiency: Chronic form of ichthyosis that is inherited as a sex-linked recessive trait carried on the X-chromosome and transmitted to the male offspring. It is characterized by severe scaling, especially on the extremities, and is associated with steroid sulfatase deficiency.
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