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Table 2 Review the clinical features of AE patients in 27 cases

From: Analysis of the relationship between the mutation site of the SLC39A4 gene and acrodermatitis enteropathica by reporting a rare Chinese twin: a case report and review of the literature

patientsAge of onset (month)Dermatitis siteNail involvementAlopeciaDiarrheaGrowth delayNeuropsychiatric disordersserum zinc levelsReferences
P171,2,3000000[2]
P2101,2,3010111[10]
P361,2,3,4000001[4]
P4601,2,3,4000101[4]
P521,2,3,4001001[4]
P6101,3,4100001[5]
P7101,3,4100001[5]
P871,3,4100001[5]
P9121,2,3,4110001[1]
P1081,3,4100001[1]
P1151,2,3000001[10]
P1251,2,300000[10]
P1381,4101000[11]
P1431,2,3,4111111[12]
P15121,2,4011001[13]
P16121,401001[14]
P17121,2,3,411111[15]
P18121,3,4011001[16]
P1951,2,3,4001101[17]
P2021,2,3,4010000[2]
P21151,2,3,4001111[18]
P2271,2,3,4011001[19]
P2311,2,3,4001001[20]
P2451,2,3,4111111[8]
P2551,2,3,4111111[8]
P26121,2,3,4100000this report
P27121,2,3,4100000this report
  1. Dermatitis site: Perioral = 1,Torso fold = 2,Limb end = 3,Perineum = 4; Other clinical manifestations: yes = 1;no = 0. Serum zinc levels: low = 1,normal = 0; “-” not available