From the looks of it, no layers are missing. This kind of printing issue is know as “pillowing”. Pillowing ranges from little “bubbles” all the way to “blow-outs”. In your case, it is blow outs. It happens more with ABS than PLA because of the gas emission, high temp, and not being able to use fan. TomaszL just gave the possible remedies to your issue.
Pillowing happens from hot air that gets trapped in the infill gaps. So, if the infill gap is too big, the covering filament will be stretched out. Yet the hot gas from bellow will try to push out. Even after adding couple of layers, the same issue may persist. I have seen it happen with 6 layers of 100 micron solid layers. For me, at 200 micron layer height with 30% infill, never went bad - even with only 2 top solid layers. I even used ‘fan’ on ABS for the first top solid layer (you can do this with add-on for Cura).
This is a very common issue with Cura. For some reason, it’s 25% infill and bellow creates very big gaps. Just at 26% and above it changes dramatically. That’s why I never slice with Cura at less than 26%.
Hope this helps you in understanding your printing problem.