Cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita presents at birth with persistent cutis marmorata, vascular telangiectasis, and sometimes ulcers. The disorder is rare, and there is improvement during the first year and then more slowly with time. Some infants have associated abnormalities including musculoskeletal anomalies, vascular abnormalities and port-wine stains, cardiac defects, neurological defects, and glaucoma and other ocular anomalies. Hypotrophy of the affected limb is the most common associated finding.
ICD10CM: Q82.8 – Other specified congenital malformations of skin