Ichthyosis vulgaris is a skin condition that causes dry, dead skin cells to collect in patches on the surface of your skin. It's otherwise called "fish scale infection" on the grounds that the dead skin aggregates in a comparative example to a fish's scales. Most of the cases are mild and bound to particular zones of the body. Notwithstanding, a few cases are serious and can spread extensive areas of the body, including the belly, back, arms, and legs. Ichthyosis vulgaris may appear during childbirth or can show up in the initial couple of years of a youngster's life.
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Last date updated on September, 2014