Lamellar ichthyosis: All you need to know about
Lamellar ichthyosis is a rare skin disorder.
Each year, approximately 300 babies are born with some form (moderate to severe) of lamellar ichthyosis. 
-It is a long-term medical condition that stays throughout life
-At present, there is no care
-Also called Nonbullous Congenital Lamellar Ichthyosis
-Affects people of all ages, race, and genders
Lamellar ichthyosis appears at birth and characterized by abnormal scaly, tight, clear, waxy, shiny skin of layer known as a collodion membrane.
It is an autosomal recessive disease meaning it is a genetic disorder that is inherited from mother or father to their children.
An infant born with this condition generally has scally, shiny and waxy layer of skin.
People may experience
Large scales covering the body
Abnormal toenails and fingers
Thickened skin of palms and soles
Decreased ability to sweat (hypohydrosis)
Hair loss (alopecia)
Increased sensitivity to heat
Self-Care: Use of moisturizers/emollients/moisturizing eye drops, preventing overheating (especially in children), providing moral support
Medications: Topical creams, lotion, and gel might be used as per prescription.
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