acrogeria

ac·ro·ger·i·a

(ak-rō-jēr'ē-ă), [MIM*201200]
Reduction or loss of subcutaneous fat and collagen of the hands and feet, giving the appearance of premature aging.
[acro- + G. gerōn, old]

acrogeria

(ak″rō-jēr′ē-ă) [acro- + Gr. gerōn, old man]
A condition in which the skin of the hands and feet shows signs of premature aging.
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Individuals with vascular EDS may also have early onset of varicose veins, arteriovenous fistulas, acrogeria, hypermobility of small joints, and tendon rupture (1).
COL3A1 mutations cause variable clinical phenotypes including acrogeria and vascular rupture.