Other Forms

Congenital Reticular Ichthyosiform Erythroderma

  • Beginning: Birth / Lactation.
  • Clinical picture: Moderate / Severe.
  • Non-syndromic: Does not affect other organs besides the skin.

The condition begins in childhood as lamellar ichthyosis, with small islands of normal, confetti-like skin that appear in late childhood and puberty (which is why it is also called confetti ichthyosis).

It has marked erythema, a fine yellow-brownish peeling and itching.

It may present other symptoms typical of lamellar ichthyosis to a moderate degree.