Miscellaneous — Case Presentations
Cutis laxa encompasses a rare group of disorders in which the skin hangs loosely in folds, resulting in prematurely aged appearance. Two types of cutis laxa have been recognized: congenital and acquired. The acquired type is less common than the congenital: we found only 26 well- documented cases in the literature.
KeywordsLichen Planus Fasting Blood Sugar Subcutaneous Nodule Membranoproliferative Glomerulonephritis Cutis Laxa
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