Genodermatoses in Primorye territory: clinical heterogeneity of Werner syndrome

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Genodermatoses - a problem, which needs more detailed investigations and organization of patients rehabilitation. During the last 15 years in Primorye territory 58 cases of genodermatoses were detected. Ar the same time genodermatoses are still rarely timely diagnosed because of heterogeneity of clinical presentation. Besides that, as a rule these patients stay for follow up by non-dermatologists. Obviously such situation is a result of insufficient knowledge in this field and luck of communication between detmatologists and other specialists, shortage of guidance materials and guidelines on genodermatoses for practicing specialists of health service. Several cases of Werner syndrome and inherited psoriasis are presented.

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