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A 2-month-old boy was referred to our paediatric dermatological department with two adjacent oval patches of 2×3 cm in diameter, covered by a thin, atrophic, translucent membrane. The larger lesion was surrounded by tufts of darker terminal hair, that were horizontally arranged and oriented towards the periphery of the lesion, starting from the vertex (figure 1). There were no palpable underlying bone abnormalities. The infant was otherwise healthy. A MRI …
Contributors AB and AG have contributed equally to the manuscript. MdM is the paediatric department’s executive chief and supervisor of the manuscript elaboration.
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