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Adnexal polyp in a newborn baby

  • Author(s): Mapelli, ETM
  • Menni, S
  • Gualandri, L
  • Agape, E
  • Cerri, A
  • et al.
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Abstract

Birthmarks can frequently be seen in newborn babies, but their etiopathogenesis is often unclear. These lesions can be divided into three groups: vascular birthmarks, pigmented birthmarks, and birthmarks resulting in abnormal development. Some birthmarks may require further analysis and clinical follow-up in order to rule out underlying defects, malignant potential, or correlation with syndromic diseases.

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