R23.8 – Other skin changes
26825009 – Cutis marmorata
Differential Diagnosis & Pitfalls
- Unlike cutis marmorata, cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita is persistent on warming, asymmetric, well-localized, and often associated with cutaneous and/or underlying limb atrophy.
- Cardiac and pulmonary disease is associated with central cyanosis (cyanosis of the lips, face, and trunk) rather than cutis marmorata.
- In livedo reticularis, there is a prominent vascular pattern related to underlying vasculitis.