ITGB4-mutated Junctional Epidermolysis Bullosa without Pyloric Atresia Presenting with Severe Urinary Involvement and Late-onset Minimal Skin Fragility: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges
Keywords:α6β4 integrin, hemidesmosome, enamel defects, hydroureteronephrosis, urethral obstruction, neo-bladder
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