Epidermolysis Bullosa Recessive Dystrophic, Pretibial - Key Clinical 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 dystrophy does not include pterygium formation.

(5) Onset at birth or shortly after.