External examination revealed a well developed, normal appearing infant with a diffuse brawny, erythematous papular rash with focal exfoliation on the upper and lower extremities.
Gross examination failed to identify thymus and parathyroid glands. The spleen was of normal size and weight. The right and left pulmonary arteries branched from a short common artery off the left side of the common trunk, type I truncus arteriosus. The left and right heart were mildly dilated with hypertrophy of the right heart. A large ventricular septal defect was present. No other congenital abnormalities were present.