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Incontinentia Pigmenti (cont.)

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Media file 1: A 20-day-old female neonate with incontinentia pigmenti. Bullae and vesicles, as well as verrucous lesions, are seen on the lower extremities and buttock.
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Media file 2: A 27-day-old female neonate who first presented with incontinentia pigmenti when she was aged 20 days. Note the verrucous eruptions with brownish pigmentation in a streaky linear pattern on the left leg.
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Media file 3: Linear streak of pigmentation and erythematous vesicles on the left arm.
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Media file 4: Streaks of hyperpigmentation on the chest and right arm.
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