Clinical diagnosis of inherited diseases may be challenging in consanguineous pedigrees, particularly if more than 1 disease is present. However, precision molecular diagnostics via next-generation sequencing technologies has improved the characterization and classification of inherited disorders, including for genodermatoses.1 Herein, we describe a complex phenotype with skin and renal abnormalities that whole-exome sequencing determined to be inheritance of 2 separate autosomal recessive disorders.
Onoufriadis A, Nanda A, Sheriff A, et al. Consanguinity and Double Recessive Gene Pathology: Cutis Laxa (PYCR1) and Nephrotic Syndrome (PLCE1). JAMA Dermatol. 2019;155(2):257–259. doi:10.1001/jamadermatol.2018.4665
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