Table 2.

Lipoid Proteinosis: Frequency of Select Features

In nearly allCommonInfrequent
Hoarse voice
Severe dysphonia &/or complete aphonia
Breathing difficulties
Recurrent parotitis
Poor dental health
Thickened sublingual frenulum
Vesicles & hemorrhagic crusts
Moniliform blepharosis
Hyperkeratotic & verrucous lesions
Patchy & diffuse alopecia
Neuropsychiatric disorders
Spontaneous CNS hemorrhage
Gastrointestinal bleeding

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