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1. Yes. The true prevalence of OSD in the general population is unknown.1 Approximately 3% of normal infants have cutaneous markers.2 Between 3% and 8% of these infants with cutaneous markers will have an underlying OSD.3 ,4 About 76% (range 43%–95%) of patients with OSD have cutaneous lesions in the affected area, most commonly subcutaneous lipomas, dimples, port wine stains, localised hypertrichosis, faun tail and dermal …
This case was presented as a poster at the 93rd annual meeting of the British Association of Dermatologists, Liverpool, July 2013. Abstract published. Br J Dermatol 2013;169(Suppl1):113–28.
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