Epidermolysis Bullosa Dystrophic Dominant, Pretibial - Key Clinicial Features

[1] Cutaneous involvement confined to the anterior lower legs

[2] Papular or plaque-like lesions, sometimes violaceous

[3] Dystrophy of fingernails and toenails is characteristic

[4] Nail drystrophy does not include pterygium formation

[5] Onset at birth or shortly after