Absence of tongue papillae as a clinical criterion for the diagnosis of Generalized Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa types. - Supplement Data

Published: 16-05-2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/j7fm33t6j2.2
Contributors:
Susanne M. Krämer,
Ignacia Fuentes,
Maria Joao Yubero,
Carolina Encina,
Jose Farfan,
Ignacio Araya,
Jimena Castillo,
Constanza Fuentes,
María Elena McNab,
Gisela Zillmann,
Marcelo Valle,
Anne W. Lucky,
Francis Palisson

Description

This Dataset includes following supplementary information for the article "Absence of tongue papillae as a clinical criterion for the diagnosis of Generalized Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa types." Supplementary Table 1. Distribution of Absence of Tongue Papillae in Different EB subtypes. * Patients with normal tongue papillae might have well-defined ulcers, which are different from areas of depapillation. Supplementary Table 2. Inclusion and Exclusion criteria Supplementary Figure 1: Patient Flow Diagram.

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