Collodion Baby: Case Report
1 Department of Obstetric Gynecology Ibn El Jazzar Hospital Kairouan, University hospital assistant in gynecology obstetrics, Ibn El Jazzar street, Kairouan 3100, Tunisia
2 Department of Radiology Ibn El Jazzar Hospital Kairouan, University hospital assistant in radiology, Ibn El Jazzar street, Kairouan 3100, Tunisia
3 Department of Cardiology Ibn El Jazzar Hospital Kairou, University hospital assistant in cardiology, Ibn El Jazzar street, Kairouan 3100, Tunisia
International Journal of Clinical Case Reports, 2017, Vol. 7, No. 12 doi: 10.5376/ijccr.2017.07.0012
Received: 16 Aug., 2017 Accepted: 09 Oct., 2017 Published: 20 Oct., 2017
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Ragmoun H., Daadoucha A., Benhlima N., and Ajili A., 2017, Collodion baby: case report, International Journal of Clinical Case Reports, 7(12): 49-52 (doi: 10.5376/ijccr.2017.07.0012)
The purpose of this work is to analyse the present data concerning epidemiological aspects, therapeutic possibilities as well as prenatal diagnosis of collodion baby. We report the case a woman, having a case index in the family and that consulted for a threat of premature childbirth to 29 weeks of amenorrhoea. Following have been marked by a premature childbirth of masculine sex newborn, presenting dermatological lesions typical of collodion baby, whose evolution was quickly fatal since first hours of life. Collodion baby is a severe form of congenital ichthyosis presents at birth. The clinical table is often characteristic. The prognosis depends on the management in the early neonatal period. This disorder usually evolves into a nonbullous congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma. Thanks to techniques of molecular biology, the prenatal diagnosis is given back possible since the 10-12 weeks of amenorrhoea, permitting a genetic counseling.
Congenital ichthyosis; Collodion baby; Genetic diagnosis
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