Desquamation Of Fetal Skin

Hirsutism And Pregnancy
Figure 1.13. Desquamation of the skin is a very typical finding in an abdominal pregnancy in which the fetus is not protected by the amniotic fluid.

Figure 1.14. Hypertrichosis (hirsutism) is very common in normal mature Hispanic infants.

Figure 1.15. Another infant with hypertrichosis over the body at birth. Note that although this is very striking it is a normal finding in normal mature Hispanic infants.

Figure 1.16. Acrocyanosis in an otherwise normal infant. Peripheral vasoconstriction occurs very commonly in normal infants and rapidly improves when the infant is warmed or cries.

Hypertrichosis Babies
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