Answer. C Aplasia cutis congenita
Aplasia cutis congenita is characterized by the absence of a portion of skin, most commonly presenting as a solitary defect on the scalp, but sometimes it may occur as multiple lesions. The lesions are non-inflammatory and well demarcated appear as an atrophic, membranous, ulcerated area with alopecia. The condition may be associated with other physical anomlies.
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