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Gaziantep Med J. 2012; 18(1): 39-41

Gardner-Diamond syndrome: case report

Perihan Öztürk, Yasemin Akman, Hamide Sayar.

Gardner- Diamond syndrome is characterized with recurrent, painful, ecchymotic plaques usually seen in young women. Ecchymosis spontaneously occurs after emotional stress and mild trauma. The lesions mostly seen in extremities. In this case, 25 year old patient diagnosed with Gardner-Diamond syndrome with depression and anxiety is presented. Attention has been drawn to this disease in connection with psychiatric disorders and also the literature was reviewed.

Key words: Anxiety; Depression; Gardner-Diamond

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