Ichthyosis linearis circumscripta



ichthyosis linearis circumscripta ichthyosis lin·e·ar·is cir·cum·scrip·ta (lĭn’ē-âr’ĭs sûr’kəm-skrĭp’tə)
n.
An inherited skin disorder present at birth or appearing in infancy, characterized by redness and scaling that moves from place to place about the body and shows a peripheral double-edged scale.

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