PMID: 5909702Mar 1, 1966

Fatty crystals in sclerema neonatorum

Journal of Clinical Pathology
C Proks, V Valvoda


The fatty crystals in three previously published cases of sclerema neonatorum were identified by means of x-ray diffraction as sodium stearate and palmitic acid. A composite view of the pathogenesis of both sclerema neonatorum and adiponecrosis cutis neonatorum is discussed.


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