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Panminerva Medica 2003 September;45(3):219-21

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Atypical mole syndrome and congenital giant naevus in a patient with celiac disease

Montalto M. 1, Diociaiuti A. 2, Alvaro G. 1, Manna R. 1, Amerio P. L. 2, Gasbarrini G. 1

1 Institute of Internal Medicine, Catholic University, Rome, Italy 2 Institute of Dermatology, Catholic University, Rome, Italy


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We ­describe a ­case of a 28-­year-old wom­an affect­ed by ­celiac dis­ease (CD) asso­ciat­ed ­with ­rare mul­ti­ple dis­or­ders of the cuta­ne­ous pig­men­tary ­system: atyp­i­cal ­mole syn­drome and con­gen­i­tal ­giant nae­vus. Some oth­er ­rare ­skin ­lesions ­have ­been report­ed in asso­ci­a­tion ­with ­celiac dis­ease ­such as cuta­ne­ous sar­coi­dos­ic gra­nu­lo­ma, bul­lous pem­phi­goid, ich­thy­o­sis, alo­pe­cia area­ta, ery­the­ma ele­va­tum diu­ti­num, scle­ro-atroph­ic ­lichen and pri­mary cuta­ne­ous amy­loi­do­sis. This is the 1st ­report con­cern­ing ­celiac dis­ease and con­gen­i­tal dis­or­ders of the pig­men­tary ­system.

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