International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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ISSN: 2319-7064


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Introduction: A diverse range of skin conditions known as ichthyosis are distinguished by widespread scaling. The T. G. M.1 gene, which produces the transglutaminase I protein, is mutated in the autosomal recessive disorder known as Nonbullous congenital ichthyosis. Changes in epidermal differentiation are reflected in the scales. One of the rarest types of ichthyosis, lamellar, typically causes a newborn to be born with a collodion membrane. An uncommon inherited skin condition known as lamellar ichthyosis causes aberrant skin cell production that causes severe scaling and drying of the skin. Patient information: A male 8-year-old child of a patient was hospitalized. The Patient's mother provided a history of the Patient's difficulty feeding, fluid loss (dehydration), loss of the body's mineral balance (electrolyte imbalance), and fluid loss. Breathing issues, a fluctuating body temperature, body-wide or skin infections. Therapeutic Intervention: Lamellar ichthyoids is a genetic disor | Dermatology | India | Volume 12 Issue 12, December 2023


Case Report on Management and Complication of Nonbullous Congenital Ichthyosis

Seema Kolhe


Abstract: Introduction: A diverse range of skin conditions known as ichthyosis are distinguished by widespread scaling. The T.G.M. 1 gene, which produces the transglutaminase I protein, is mutated in the autosomal recessive disorder known as Nonbullous congenital ichthyosisis. Changes in epidermal differentiation are reflected in the scales. One of the rarest types of ichthyosis, lamellar, typically causes a newborn to be born with a collodion membrane. An uncommon inherited skin condition known as Nonbullous congenital ichthyosisis causes aberrant skin cell production that causes severe scaling and drying of the skin. Patient information: A male 8-year-old child of a patient was hospitalized. The Patient's mother provided a history of the Patient's difficulty feeding, fluid loss (dehydration), loss of the body's mineral balance (electrolyte imbalance), and fluid loss. Breathing issues, a fluctuating body temperature, body-wide or skin infections. Therapeutic Intervention: Lamellar ichthyoids is a genetic disorder. Hence, there isn't a single therapy or treatment that can cure it. For people with Nonbullous congenital ichthyosisis, some medicines and drugs can help manage their symptoms and enhance their quality of life. Tazorotene is one of the retinoids that can aid in reducing skin thickness and scaling. A dermatologist may prescribe these drugs to assist in controlling the growth and shedding of skin cells. Nursing perspective conclusion: A male 8-year-old child of a patient was also hospitalized. The Patient's mother provided a history of the Patient's feeding difficulties, fluid loss (dehydration), loss of the body's mineral balance (electrolyte imbalance), breathing difficulties, an unstable body temperature, and skin or systemic infections. The medical intervention improved the Patient's condition. The Patient's health has improved, and his symptoms are less severe.


Keywords: Ectropion, Lamellar ichthyosis, Photophobic


Edition: Volume 12 Issue 12, December 2023,


Pages: 384 - 386


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