Type V aplasia cutis congenita in a preterm newborn successfully resolved
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Type V aplasia cutis congenita in a preterm newborn successfully resolved

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Silva Díaz, Esmeralda; Molini Menchón, Maria Odile; Estébanez Corrales, Andrea; Garcia Vázquez, Alejandro; Estañ Capell, Francisco Javier; Sáez Martín, Luis; Martín Hernández, Jose
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Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC) associated with fetus papyraceus is a rare subtype of aplasia cutis categorized as type V in Frieden's classification. It is characterized by stellate lesions in a symmetrical distribution over the trunk and proximal extremities. Conservative treatment is recommended, but there is not a well‐defined therapeutic protocol. We report the case of a type V ACC in a preterm male newborn with lesions on the trunk and scalp successfully treated with topical 1% silver sulfadiazine and petrolatum gauze with an excellent evolution. This case associates a severe affectation of the scalp which represents a rare variant of type V ACC.

    Silva Díaz, Esmeralda Molini Menchón, Maria Odile Estébanez Corrales, Andrea Garcia Vázquez, Alejandro Estañ Capell, Francisco Javier Sáez Martín, Luis Martín Hernández, Jose 2020 Type V aplasia cutis congenita in a preterm newborn successfully resolved Dermatologic Therapy Jun e13888 1 40
https://doi.org/10.1111/dth.13888

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