Most often, dermatologists make a diagnosis based on the clinical picture of the disease, but if there is any doubt, the patient is sent for histological examination of the affected area of the dermis. Unfortunately, it is still impossible to get rid of this unpleasant illness forever, but it is possible to achieve stable remission through adequate treatment. First of all, the treatment of Darier's disease includes taking drugs containing a large amount of vitamin A.
Kirle disease. Lichen planus. Pemphigus. Seborrheic dermatitis. Epidermodysplasia verruciform. There are no cases of complete recovery from vegetative dyskeratosis, but timely therapy slows down the pathological process and reduces the risk of complications. The basis of treatment is vitamins A, hepatoprotectors and other vitamins. In summer, vitamin A is not prescribed. In more severe cases, an operation is performed to destroy the neoplasms.
Hereditary disorder of cornification, autosomal dominant type of baclofen with variable expressivity and limited penetrance. Darier's disease was first described in 1889. The disease begins to manifest itself more often in adolescence. Along with skin manifestations, endocrinopathies (gonadal dysfunction, parathyroidism, etc.), mental disorders (decreased intelligence, memory, etc.) can be noted.
The disease was first described in 1889 by the famous French dermatologist Jean Ferdinand Darier (Ferdinand-Jean Darier 1856-1938) under the name vegetative follicular psorospermosis. He mistakenly believed that the causative agent of the disease were microorganisms - psorospermia.