cutis marmorata


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cu·tis mar·mo·ra·'ta

a normal, physiologic, pink, marblelike mottling of the skin in infants, persisting abnormally in some children on exposure to cold.

cutis marmorata

skin that has a "marbled" appearance caused by conspicuous dilation of small vessels. See also livedo.
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Cutis marmorata

cu·tis mar·mo·ra·ta

(kyū'tis mahr-mō-rā'tă)
A normal, physiologic, pink, marblelike mottling of the skin in infants, persisting abnormally in some children on exposure to cold.

cutis marmorata

Transient mottling of the skin caused by exposure to decreased temperature.
Synonym: mottling
See also: cutis
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Other findings like physiological desquamation, Mongolian spots, miliaria, cutis marmorata and erythema neonatorum did not show statistically significant difference.
Cutis marmorata was seen in 10% of the neonates, Jain et al.
Adams-Oliver syndrome, aplasia cutis congenita, cutis marmorata telangiectatica, limb reduction defects.
AOS belongs to ACC group II and presents with variable clinical manifestations including limbs reduction, aplasia cutis congenita, cutis marmorata and cardiac anomalies.