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A case of linear focal elastosis with a family history

Jong Keun Seo, Ji Sung Chun, So Young Jung, Seon Wook Hwang, Ho Suck Sung, Deborah Lee
Annals of Dermatology 2010, 22 (2): 209-11
Linear focal elastosis is an uncommon disorder typically occurring in the back region, which clinically presents as band-like striae, having a histological focal increase in abnormal elastic fibers. Until now, linear focal elastosis occurring in patients with a family history have been rarely reported. Here, we present one such case, of linear focal elastosis which occurred in a brother and sister.


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