Cutis Laxa disorders usually present cardiovascular issues that need a specific follow up. Various devices can be used such as echocardiography, CT-Scan and MRI. Each one of those devices has its pros and cons and must be chosen according to what is examined.
This new classification will simplify the diagnostic process and identify relevant Cutis Laxa subgroups with regard to management and clinical research. In addition, identification of the underlying genetic defect may end the diagnostic odyssey, further stratify management, and may provide (im)partial answers to future health issues. Furthermore, it provides answers to potential recurrence risks in […]
https://www.cutislaxa.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/bert.jpg197158Marie-Claudehttp://www.cutislaxa.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/NEW-LOGO-CLI-4.pngMarie-Claude2022-12-27 17:02:542023-02-06 09:04:21Prof. Dr. Bert Callewaert (Ghent – Belgium) : CL Classification and Guidelines for Global Management