Aplasia Cutis Congenita

Known as: ACC, Congenital absence of skin, cuti aplasia 
Localized or widespread congenital absence of skin. The lesions most frequently occur in the scalp, are well demarcated, may be superficial or deep… (More)
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2013
2013
Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC) manifests with localized skin defects at birth of unknown cause, mostly affecting the scalp vertex… (More)
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2004
2004
We present the case of a newborn male with aplasia cutis congenita on the extensor side of the right leg, with unilateral absence… (More)
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2002
2002
Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC) is a rare group of disorders characterized by the focal absence of skin at birth. The majority of… (More)
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2002
2002
A congenital defect of the scalp is an uncommon entity occurring in one in 2000 deliveries. It may present certain diagnostic… (More)
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1996
1996
The authors report the use of intraoperative tissue expansion in the treatment of a neonate with aplasia cutis congenita, a… (More)
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1995
1995
Large scalp defects in aplasia cutis congenita present a management dilemma. In these lesions, prolonged conservative treatment… (More)
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1995
1995
We present an update of disorders in which aplasia cutis congenita is a feature. Localization of the lesion, important other… (More)
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1988
1988
Aplasia cutis congenita is a rare disease with circumscribed absence of the dermis and the subcutis. Genetic constitution is a… (More)
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1982
1982
We report two sibs who were the products of a consanguineous mating, and who had an extensive form of aplasia cutis congenita… (More)
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1975
1975
The authors discuss the rare lesion of congenital scalp defect, both partial and full thickness. The majority occur in children… (More)
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