Vol. 4, Issue 9 (2018)
Aplasia cutis congenital type 6 A rare type- a case report
Author(s): Dr. Rakesh Kotha, Dr. Arjun Jadhao, Dr. Himabindu Singh, Dr. Paramesh Pandala, Dr. Mounika
Abstract: Aplasia cutis congenita is a heterogenous group of disorders where localized absence of skin particularly scalp and associated anomalies were present. It has several types. Most common one is type 1. Here we are presenting a rare case type 6 also known as Bart syndrome. It has good prognosis if proper medical management is done and if not associated with any other anomalies.
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