Blistering conditions

However these were larger blisters rather than vesicles, occurring on a non-inflammatory base and healing without scarring. This is likely to be the Weber-Cockayne variant of epidermolysis bullosa simplex, a genetic disease with a defect in the proteins that hold the epidermis and dermis together.

Generally you would expect one of the parents to have the condition as it is an autosomal dominant disorder. Treatment involves avoiding trauma and sweating.

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