2017, Number 2
Rev Mex Neuroci 2017; 18 (2)
Calderón-Miranda W, Rojas-Martínez JA, Cabeza-Morales M, Moscote-Salazar LR
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ABSTRACTAplasia cutis congenita is characterized by the absence of all layers of the skin and occasionally involves the bone and intracranial dura. It is a rare entity. It may be associated with a different set of abnormalities associated with congenital defects and malformations. Treatment for this injury may be conservative or surgical. We report a patient with type IV aplasia cutis associated with hydrocephalus.