There have been many comorbidities identified in EB patients; the most commonly seen are anemia, infections, osteopenia, failure to thrive, renal disease, squamous cell carcinoma, and cardiomyopathy. Physicians caring for EB patients should be aware of all these complications, initially to prevent some of these from developing by establishing preventive measures and secondly to monitor closely and identify early signs and symptoms of these complications for better clinical outcomes.
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