Griscelli, Claude

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Griscelli,

Claude, French physician.
Griscelli syndrome - genetic trait causing partial albinism and frequent episodes of fever, decrease in blood platelets, and neutropenia.
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Evidence that Griscelli syndrome with neurological involvement is caused by mutation in RAB27A not MYO5A.
Silvery hair syndrome in two cousins: Chediak- Higashi Syndrome vs Griscelli Syndrome with rare associations.
These characteristic findings confirmed the diagnosis of Griscelli syndrome (in accelerated phase) with sepsis.
DISCUSSION: Griscelli syndrome was first described by Griscelli, in the year 1978.
Duran-McKinster is head of pediatric dermatology, found the diseases were fatal in 8 of 10 children with Chediak-Higashi syndrome, all 7 children with Griscelli syndrome, and 8 of 10 with traditional Elejalde syndrome.
Hence, the gross clinical analysis excluded the possibility of Hermansky-Pudlak, Chediak-Higashi, Waardenburg, Cross-McKusick-Breen, Griscelli syndromes and Elejalde syndromes.