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Cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita
  1. P Manikoth,
  2. P A K Nair,
  3. M G Pai,
  4. M A A Ajmi
  1. Special Care Baby Unit, Royal Hospital, Muscat, Oman;

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    A baby boy born to non-consanguineous parents showed skin lesions of generalised persistent cutis marmorata, dilated superficial veins, and telangiectasia involving the limbs, trunk, and scalp (fig 1). The lesions spared the palms and soles, and systemic …

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    • Constent for figure 1 was obtained from the patient’s parents.