Symptoms (Clinical Features) of Epidermolysis bullosa

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Epidermolysis bullosa (EB)

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The clinical presentation of EB varies depending on the subtype. Symptoms may range from localized blistering in response to friction, as seen in EBS, to widespread blistering affecting multiple body areas and internal organs, as seen in severe forms of DEB. EB can cause thickening of the skin, scarring, nail abnormalities, and complications like infections and swallowing difficulties.

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