Oral genodermatoses

Akshat Sachdeva, Sumit Bhateja, Geetika Arora

Abstract


Genodermatoses alludes to a set of inherited dermatologic disorders. A significant variety of these disorders is unusual and present with oral indications called oral genodermatoses. They typically present with multisystem association prompting an expanded tempo of morbidity and mortality. The oral findings maybe perhaps distinct and may offer the primary clue of underlying genetic disorder. The present article discusses various genodermatomes presenting with oral manifestations and an approach to the diagnosis of these disorders.

Keywords: Genodermatoses, Dermatologic features, Oral manifestations, Genetics.


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