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Table 2 Anthropometric and clinical features of ACC at birth and clinical outcome at 1-month Follow-up, with p values

From: Recognizable neonatal clinical features of aplasia cutis congenita

 ACC1
(n = 16)
Non-isolated ACC
(n = 21)
 
MeanSDMedianIQRMeanSDMedianIQRp
Mother’s age (years)31.03.731529.99.5298.50.42610
Gestational age (weeks)38+ 32+ 239236+ 62+ 537+ 330.07217
Parity1.50.51.511.60.61.510.88460
Gender (F/M)  1   0.62 0.51950
Cesarean section (%)  69   67 0.74750
Prematurity (%)  18.8   47.6 0.09118
Prematurity < 34 weeks (%)  6.3   19.0 0.36410
Weight (g)30234033015522.52442697264510980.00903
Weight centile42.324.9373724.324.01323.50.01761
SGA (< 10° centile, %)  6.3   33.3 0.03923
Length centile32.825.6364021.122.914.528.30.23630
Head circumference centile42.326.43728.542.735.346480.89670
Apgar 1’8.91.090.57.31.681.50.00057
Apgar 5’9.50.8101.09.01.1920.10580
Glycemia at birth (mg/dl)64.415.76227961710116.50.05271
Calcemia (mg/dl)9.41.19.61.38.71.28.72.30.16530
Parenteral nutrition (days)0.51.90028.941.217240.00004
Hospital stay (days)8.86.57.58.841.337.538380.00490
Good outcome (%)  100   67 0.01241
  1. Abbreviations: ACC aplasia cutis congenita, SGA small for gestational age. Significant differences are in bold