Haber syndrome

Ha·ber syn·drome

(hah'bĕr),
a permanent flushing and telangiectasia of the cheeks, nose, forehead, and chin, with prominent follicular openings, small papules with scaling, and minute pitted areas; occasionally accompanied by scaly and keratotic lesions of the trunk.
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Ha·ber syn·drome

(hah'ber sin'drōm)
Rare genodermatosis characterized by permanent flushing and telangiectasia of the cheeks, nose, forehead, and chin, with prominent follicular openings, small papules with scaling, and minute pitted areas; occasionally accompanied by scaly and keratotic lesions of the trunk.
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Haber,

Henry, Czech-born English dermatopathologist, 1900-1962.
Haber syndrome - a permanent flushing and telangiectasia of the face with prominent follicular openings, small papules with scaling, and minute pitted areas.
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