, sebaceous hyperplasia, erythema neonatorum, cutis marmorata and iatrogenic bruises were frequently seen in preterm neonates, whereas miniature puberty, physiological desquamation, milia, neonatal acne, Mongolian spot, miliaria and intertrigo were more frequently seen in term neonates.
formed is fine, long, and is a variably pigmented lanugo hair
At the same time, lanugo hair
(equally on healthy skin and on the affected areas) was absent over the entire body surface.
During physical examination, reluctance to be weighed, vital sign abnormalities (eg, orthostatic hypotension, variability in pulse), skin abnormalities (lanugo hair
, dryness), and marks indicating self-harm can serve as diagnostic indicators.
Beside these two types of hair, there is the so-called Lanugo hair
which usually appears only on the body of a fetus or newborn baby .
It contains swallowed amniotic fluid, bile salts, bile pigments, cholesterol, mucin, pancreatic enzymes, intestinal enzymes, squamous cells, lanugo hair
and other cellular debris.[sup.7]