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failure of some tissue or organ to develop

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The case 2 can be characterized in group 7 which includes Aplasia cutis of extremities without epidermolysis bullosa.
Aplasia cutis congenital scalp: management options.
DISCUSSION: Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC), congenital absence of skin, is an uncommon anomaly, presented at birth.
Sin embargo, cuando se asocia a otras malformaciones como atresia duodenal, yeyuno-ileal, colonica, esofagica, malrotacion intestinal, malformaciones urinarias, epidermolisis ampollosa o aplasia cutis, el pronostico de sobrevida disminuye.
Epidermolysis bullosa, pyloric atresia, aplasia cutis congenita: histopathological delineation of an autosomal recessive disease.
KEY WORDS: Adams-Oliver syndrome, Transverse limb deficiency, Aplasia cutis congenita, Scalp defect, Symbrachydactyly, Anonychia, Pakistani subject.
Type V is a non-scalp aplasia cutis with papyraceous fetus; type V lesions are due to skin necrosis, usually of bilateral symmetry, non inflammatory, well circumscribed and vary in size from 0.
Aplasia cutis congenita is "rarely on the trunk or extremities, though this can happen anywhere," he said.
Adams-Oliver syndrome, aplasia cutis congenita, cutis marmorata telangiectatica, limb reduction defects.
Adams-Oliver syndrome has a wide spectrum of anomalies ranging from aplasia cutis congenita, cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita and transverse limb defects.
In 1926, the lesion was defined again by Brauer as a part of Brauer's syndrome (focal facial dermal displasia type 1 = hereditary symmetrical aplastic nevi of the temples, bitemporal aplasia cutis congenita), which is characterized by temporal skin depressions that resemble "forceps marks" (6).
Occasionally mistaken for fetal scalp monitor trauma, neonatal herpes simplex infection, or a nevus sebaceus of Jadassohn, this characteristic pattern--a collar of coarse hair surrounding an area of membranous aplasia cutis congenita--can be a marker for cranial dysraphism, a developmental defect of the skull potentially associated with structural neurologic defects.
a burn reconstructive surgeon at University Hospital and Medical Center at Stony Brook, presented a case study of a newborn child who was treated for Aplasia Cutis Congenita of the trunk, a rare congenital condition characterized by the absence of all layers of skin.
The presence of an initial tense bulla on the vertex scalp suggests a diagnosis of aplasia cutis congenita.
INTRODUCTION: Aplasia Cutis Congenita (ACC) is a rare anomaly characterized by absence of portion of skin over localized or widespread area.