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Aplasia cutis congenita is an uncommon condition (estimated global incidence 0.5–1 in 10 000 neonates)1 characterised by a localised defect of all skin layers and subcutaneous tissue, sometimes extending to the underlying bone and meningeal layers.2 Some of the possible complications include haemorrhage, trauma, venous sinus thrombosis and infection (including meningitis).3 The management is …
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