Summary

Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum-Like Disorder with Multiple Coagulation Factor Deficiency, also known as body skin hyperlaxity due to vitamin k-dependent coagulation factor deficiency,is related to pseudoxanthoma elasticum-like skin manifestations with retinitis pigmentosa and pseudoxanthoma elasticum,and has symptoms including abnormal bleeding, angioid streaks of the retina and epistaxis. An important gene associated with Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum-Like Disorder with Multiple Coagulation Factor Deficiency is GGCX (Gamma-Glutamyl Carboxylase). Affiliated tissues include skin and retina

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