Bloch-Sulzberg syndrome

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Synonyms: Incontinentia pigmenti, melanoblastosis Bloch-Sulzberg, Siemens-Bloch-Sulzberg syndrome, melanoblastosis cutis linearis sive systematica, naevus pigmentosus systematicus.

Named after Swiss dermatologist Bruno Bloch and American dermatologist Marion Baldur Sulzberg.[1]



Deformation of teeth in a 3-year-old girl
  • cinnamon dirty symmetrical skin spots on the sides,
  • alopecia,
  • dystrophy nails,
  • defects of teeths,
  • corneal opacity,
  • microcephaly.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. OLE DANIEL, Enersen. Whonamedeit - Bloch-Sulzberger pigment dermatosis [online]. [cit. 2011-04-25]. <>.

References[edit | edit source]

  • LAZOVSKIS, Ilmars – DOBIÁŠ, Václav. Overview of clinical symptoms and syndromes. 2. edition. Praha : Avicenum, zdravotnické nakladatelství, 1990. 0 pp. ISBN 80-201-0043-1.
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