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Subcutaneous fat necrosis (SFN) is a rare, self-limiting panniculitis mostly reported in infancy and childhood. Newborns and infants have a greater saturated to unsaturated fats ratio in their subcutaneous fat compared with older children and adults, causing an increased tendency to crystallise with cold stress.1
A full-term baby suffering hypoxic …
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