Saudi Med J 2021 Apr;42(4):454-456
From the Dermatology Department (Al-Khenaizan), King Abdulaziz Medical City-Ministry of National Guard; from the College of Medicine (Al-Khenaizan), King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences; and from the Dermatology Department (Al-Mubarak), Prince Sultan Military Medical City, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Clinical Presentation: A 2-month-old baby boy, of full-term spontaneous vaginal delivery, presented to the dermatology outpatient clinic with generalized erythroderma, which had been noted since birth. Family history was positive for similar disease in his eldest sister, who died at 6 months of age without a diagnosis. On examination, the patient looked ill with generalized erythroderma, yet there were no signs of ectropion, eclabium, or deformed ears. Read More