Buschke — Ollendorff syndrome in infant patients

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The authors present a clinical and histological description of two clinical cases of a rare inherited disease, Buschke — Ollendorff syndrome. In both cases, the disease was not accompanied by the bone tissue dysplasia but at the same time it was characterized by a clear histological pattern specific of this syndrome. The authors provide literature data and discuss issues related to the pathogenesis and particular features of the clinical picture and diagnostics of the disease.

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Синдром Бушке — Оллендорф у пациентов детского возраста

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