1. Cutis Marmorata
- Transient, blanchable, reticulated mottling occurs on the skin exposed to a cool environment.
- No treatment is necessary; the condition generally resolves by 1 year of age.
- If it persists, consider hypothyroidism, heart disease, or other associated abnormalities.
- Scattered erythematous papules and pustules may occur anywhere on the body .
- This self-limited condition generally appears in the first week of life and resolves within 1 month.