The correct answer is D. 50-75%.
Explanation: The image shows neonatal lupus (see image Figure 3.1.1 in DIR). This condition presents in infants born to mothers with SLE, RA, Sjogren syndrome, or other connective tissue disorders. Dermatologic findings are seen in 50-75% of cases with pink plaques on photosensitive areas, and classic “raccoon eyes” periorbitally.
The other answers are incorrect as cutaneous findings are seen in 50-75% of infants.
References: Pediatric Dermatology 3.1 Cutaneous Disorders of the Newborn DIR Review book page 183 2019.