Danbolt-Closs syndrome

Dan·bolt-Closs syndrome (dahnґbōlt klosґ) [Niels Christian Danbolt, Norwegian dermatologist, 1900–1984; Karl Philipp Closs, Belgian-born physician in Norway, 20th century] acrodermatitis enteropathica.

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