Medical and Surgical Treatment of the Skin in Epidermolysis Bullosa

  • Andrew N. Lin
  • D. Martin Carter


Although no cure exists for any form of EB, many agents have been tried in the hope of uncovering therapeutic success. In this chapter we review treatments aimed specifically at decreasing cutaneous blistering. General principles of wound care as applied to the EB patient and treatments designed to improve extracutaneous complications are reviewed elsewhere in this text.


Epidermolysis Bullosa Blister Formation Acta Derm Epidermolysis Bullosa Acquisita Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa 
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