Harlequin colour change in a neonate with perinatal asphyxia
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Harlequin color change is a skin phenomenon first described by Neligan and Strang in 1952 in neonates .It is characterized by transient reddish color change or erythema of one half of the body or part of the body, clearly divided at the midline of the body. This phenomenon is seen around 10% of healthy neonates.Here we describe a newborn that developed an unusual distribution of skin colour change....

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