Dermatological clues to the diagnosis of atypical complete DiGeorge syndrome
- Author(s): Seminario-Vidal, Lucia
- Kole, Lauren
- Knapp, Charles
- Fort, Prem
- Kankirawatana, Suthida
- Atkinson, T Prescott
- McKay, Kristopher M
- Theos, Amy
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.5070/D32211033148
Atypical complete DiGeorge syndrome (DGS) is an extremely rare congenital disease characterized by an eczematous dermatitis, lymphadenopathy, and an oligoclonal T-cell proliferation. Because its initial presentation may be confused with other types of eczematous dermatitis, diagnosis and treatment are usually delayed. We describe herein a case of an infant with atypical complete DGS to draw attention to the clinical and histopathological findings that lead us to the diagnosis.