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Dr. Ayman Darrag
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Hi and welcome to question doctors .com
As the symptoms and signs did not disappear until your daughter’s age then it is a type called Cutaneous Marmorata Telangiectasia Congenita (CMTC), which is a more permanent vascular anomaly that does not disappear with rewarming of the skin(unlike the normal cutis marmorata)…until now there is no known treatment other than supportive skin treatment but fortunately some research says it disappears with adolescence.
Only vascular insufficiency that may occur with aging is a concern of treatment…

Dr Ahmed Fawzy
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Do not worry it will improve by age
But keep her warm at all time
Also intense cardiovascular fitness exercise would speed up recovery

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Dr Ahmed Fawzy

It will improve by age also keep her warm and encourage intense cardiovascular exercise
Like running and cyclying