The prevalence of food allergies in children with ectodermal dysplasia exceeds the occurrence in unaffected children. This article addresses: Etiology Clinical Features Specific Foods Evaluation Differential Diagnosis Treatment
Hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia (HED) is a rare genetic condition characterized by • a reduced ability to sweat (hypohidrosis) • missing teeth, (hypodontia) and • fine sparse hair (hypotrichosis). This article summarizes symptoms, diagnosis, cause, testing, inheritance.
This article summarizes the findings from an NFED survey regarding what symptoms women affected by ectodermal dysplasia experience. It includes sweating, puberty, breast issues, breastfeeding, pubic hair, vaginal issues and infertility.
This guide provides a general overview of the ectodermal dysplasias. It describes various symptoms and their treatment. It’s a great resource to share with extended family, doctors, dentists, teachers, social workers, and coaches.