- Naegeli’s type of incontinentia pigmenti
The combination of general weakness, numerous irregularly spread brown pigment spots (café-au-lait) of the skin; and hyperglycaemia.
The combination of general weakness, numerous irregularly spread brown pigment spots (café-au-lait) of the skin; and hyperglycaemia. Somatic and psychic infantilism with dystrophy; anomalies of metabolism are genital dystrophy, adipositas, and adrenal dysfunction.
- E. Leschke:
Über Pigmentierung bei Funktionsstörungen der Nebenniere und des sympathischen Nervensystems bei der Recklinghausenschen Krankheit.
Berliner medizinische Gesellschaft, 1922.
Abstract in klinische Wochenschrift, Berlin, 1922, 28: 1433.
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