*Dr. Seema Dande
It is a genetic disorder characterised by congenital localised absence of skin, epidermolysis bullosa, lesions of oral
mucosa and dystrophic nails. It may be associated with Epidermolysis bullosa. It is a genetic mechanobullous
disorder in which the affected baby is born with areas of denuded skin characterised by focal absence of skin. The
lesions tend to occur on those parts of the body which are exposed to friction and trauma. The mode of inheritance
is autosomal dominant.
Keywords: Bart’s disorder, denuded skin.
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