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cge12223-sup-0001-AppendixS1.pdfPDF document165KAppendix S1. Meta-analysys of hair, nail, and ocular anomalies in the incontinentia pigmenti literature.
cge12223-sup-0002-TableS1.pdfPDF document165KTable S1. Number and percentage of IP patients according to sex in the period 1993–2012.
cge12223-sup-0003-TableS2.pdfPDF document165KTable S2. Number of IP patients according to sex with investigated hair and presence of hair anomalies in the period 1993–2012.
cge12223-sup-0004-TableS3.pdfPDF document165KTable S3. Number of different hair anomaly types and their percentage in IP patients investigated for presence of hair anomalies according to sex in the period 1993–2012.
cge12223-sup-0005-TableS4.pdfPDF document165KTable S4. Number of IP patients according to sex, investigated presence of nail anomalies and presence of nail anomalies in the period 1993–2012.
cge12223-sup-0006-TableS5.pdfPDF document165KTable S5. Number of IP patients according to sex, ophthalmological investigation and presence of eye anomalies in the period 1993–2012.
cge12223-sup-0007-TableS6.pdfPDF document165KTable S6. Number and percentage of single mild and serious vision threatening nonretinal anomaly types according to sex in the period 1993–2012.
cge12223-sup-0008-TableS7.pdfPDF document165KTable S7. Number and percentage of retinal, nonretinal, serious vision threatening anomaly types with and without included retinal anomalies in IP patients according to sex in the period 1993–2012.

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