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In 2001, the pathogenesis of mal de Meleda was reported to be due to the ARS (component B) gene mutation encoding SLURP1 in the chromosome 8q24.3 region [9].
Mal de Meleda, with its chronic course, is difficult to treat.
(11.) Brunner MJ, Fuhrman DL, Mal de Meleda. report of a case and results of treatment with vitamin A, Arch Dermatol Syphilol 1950, 61:820.
Patients: A large consanguineous family from central Punjab Pakistan with autosomal recessive severe Mal de Meleda (MDM) or keratosis palmoplantaris transgrediens phenotype having 11 affected individuals was ascertained.
Mal de Meleda (MDM) caused by mutations in the gene for SLURP-1 in patients from Germany, Turkey, Palestine and United Arab Emirates.