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Vivek Sharma, Smriti Nath, Venkat Reddy, Santosh Kumar
Department of Pediatrics, Tata Motors Hospital, Jamshedpur, India.
Address for Correspondence: Dr Vivek Sharma, M-36, 4, Telco colony, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand- 831004, India. Email: email@example.com
A near term male appropriate for gestational age baby delivered by lower segment caesarean section presented with bilateral skin defects on the trunk. Lesions were gelatinous, symmetric covered only by a thin membrane. Antenatal ultrasonogram in first trimester
showed twin pregnancy but in second trimester it suggested only singleton pregnancy. The other fetus had died in utero and was lost as fetus papyraceous at birth. Radiological examination and ultrasonography of the baby showed no abnormalities. Baby was managed
conservatively with antiseptic dressing and at 3 months of age showed resolution of the lesions with scar formation.
What is the diagnosis_?