Gronblad-Strandberg syndrome

Grön·blad-Strand·berg syn·drome

(grŏn'blahd strahn'bĕrg),
angioid streaks of the retina together with pseudoxanthoma elasticum of the skin.

Grönblad,

Ester Elisabeth, Swedish ophthalmologist, 1898-1942.
Grönblad-Strandberg syndrome - angioid streaks of the retina together with pseudoxanthoma elasticum of the skin.

Strandberg,

James Victor, Swedish dermatologist, 1883-1942.
Grönblad-Strandberg syndrome - see under Grönblad
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PXE (synonym Gronblad-Strandberg syndrome) is a rare, inherited multisystem disorder primarily affecting the skin, eyes, and cardiovascular system.3 It is characterized by progressive calcification and degeneration of elastic fibres.
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