Other Forms

Klick Syndrome

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

It appears as a mild congenital ichthyosis, with slight and generalized desquamation and keratosis in the folds.

It presents itching and thickened patches of skin on the neck, armpits, elbows, wrists, and knees. It may present flexion deformity of the fingers with associated sclerosis.