Other congenital anomalies of integument is the medical term for birth defects of the skin that cannot be otherwise clearly diagnosed or categorized because the symptoms may not exactly conform to standard symptoms. Other congenital anomalies of integument may include abnormalities of the skin such as birthmarks, permanent rash known as Bloom syndrome, excess skin, or rashes or blisters on the skin that are present at birth and do not go away.
Other congenital anomalies of integument may range from merely cosmetic to severe health problems. Other congenital anomalies of integument may affect only the skin, or in some cases, may cause other symptoms and health problems that extend beyond the skin.
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