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What is Weary Syndrome?

What is Weary Syndrome?

  • Weary Syndrome: A rare inherited condition characterized by the development of keratotic papules on the hands, feet, knees and elbows. The blisters tend to start soon after birth disappear by the end of childhood. A very similar condition called Kindler syndrome is differentiated by the fact that blisters tend to soon after birth and photosensitivity and skin atrophy is prominent.

Weary Syndrome: Introduction

Types of Weary Syndrome:

Broader types of Weary Syndrome:

How serious is Weary Syndrome?

Complications of Weary Syndrome: see complications of Weary Syndrome

What causes Weary Syndrome?

Causes of Weary Syndrome: see causes of Weary Syndrome

What are the symptoms of Weary Syndrome?

Symptoms of Weary Syndrome: see symptoms of Weary Syndrome

Complications of Weary Syndrome: see complications of Weary Syndrome

Weary Syndrome: Testing

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Weary Syndrome.

How is it treated?

Treatments for Weary Syndrome: see treatments for Weary Syndrome

Name of Weary Syndrome

Main name of condition: Weary Syndrome


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