Hypomelanosis of Ito is a rare neurocutaneous syndrome. Cutaneous involvement is characterised by streaks and swirls of hypopigmentation arranged in a Blaschkoid pattern. Neural involvement along with other systemic features are seen. We report a case of a 13-year-old boy who presented with the characteristic skin involvement of hypomelanosis of Ito, mental retardation, teeth abnormalities and gynaecomastia along with psoriasis.
- endocrine system
- paediatrics (drugs and medicines)
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Contributors MG edited and designed, PG design and literature search, RS literature search and edited, AG literature search and intellectual content.
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