Case Report

Ichthyosis Vulgaris Associated with Gilbert's Syndrome

Authors: LCDR W. A. SCHUELLER MC, USN CAPT, W. E. CARSON MC, USN, CDR G. T. IZUNO MC, USN

Abstract

The authors describe the first instance of the coincidence of two abnormalities, one of which is clearly genetic and the other possibly so. Since many instances of Gilbert's syndrome probably are overlooked, they suggest search for other examples in persons diagnosed as having ichthyosis vulgaris.

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