Van Lohuizen's syndrome
Congenital generalized phlebectasia syndrome, cutis marmorata teleangiectatica congenita, livedo reticularis congenitalis, phlebectasia congenita, phleboctasia congenita generalisata.
A rare congenital skin disease characterized by Localized or generalized network of dilated veins in the skin, asociated with spider nevi and small ulcers.
A rare congenital skin disease characterized by Localized or generalized network of dilated veins in the skin, asociated with spider nevi and small ulcers. Usually sporadic. Autosomal recessive occurence also reported.
- C. H. J. van Lohuizen:
Über eine seltene angeborene Hautanomalie (Cutis marmorata teleangiectatica congenita).
Acta Dermato-Venerologica, Stockholm, 1922, 3: 202-211.
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