ALBERT C.YANMDSAMIR S.SHAHMD
A female full-term neonate was born to healthy parents after an uneventful pregnancy. At birth, flaccid bullae and erosions were noted in a symmetric configuration along the radial aspects of both wrists (Figure 1). Some erosions showed a denuded base indicating recently ruptured bullae, and beginning epithelialization was observed in others (Figure 2).
Right arm with multiple bullous and erythematous lesions.
Left arm with multiple lesions in various stages of healing. Note 1 bulla filled with serous fluid, 1 freshly ruptured bulla, and 1 area with beginning epithelialization.
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