Harlequin-type ichthyosis – This is a condition where the skin of an infant becomes thick and scaly. The change occurs in the keratin layer of the skin. Large and thick, diamond shaped scales, red in color, can be seen.
Imagine heading to the hospital for an expected surgery. You are told that surgery will be a breeze. You’re slightly to very nervous about being cut open. Finally, they give you the sedation and prep you for surgery. They begin the countdown but you don’t even get pass 5 before you are out.