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Wink Pediatric Dermatology Pics; Test yourself!

Here are some interesting pics, see if you can Id each one (all are pediatric), and what their treatment would be:

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1st image--naevus simplex...salmon patch
3rd image-- erythema toxicum
5th image--milia
4th image--seborrheic dermatitis
2nd image is not clear looks like icterus
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1. Nevus simplex
2. portwine stain (sturge weber)
3. erythema toxicum
4. seborrheic dermatitis
5. sebaceous adenoma
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2. is Harlequin Change !! Half right is redder .
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what are the answers....
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I wanted to give everyone a chance to test themselves before posting the answers. So here goes:

1. Macular Stains (Stork Bites)--> These are permanent vascular malformations that appear on the nape of the neck, upper eyelids, and middle of forehead. Treatment: NONE (assure parents that these are benign findings)

2. Halequin Colour Change -> This one was a bit tricky but if you look closely you can see it. This is a reddening of gravity dependent side and blanching of the non-dependent side. You can see a clear line of demarcation between the two sides and it occurs because of the immaturity of the autonomic nervous system of skin vessels. Resolves by 3 weeks and is benign. Treatment: NONE

3. Erythema Toxicum Neonatorum--> 2-3cm yellow pustules with a red base (like a white head) that appears in the first 24-72 hours after birth. On cytology you see numerous EOSINOPHILS. Self-resolving by 3 weeks.
Treatment: NONE (tell parents to resist the temptation to pop them!)

4. Seborrheic Dermatitis (cradle Cap)--> yellowish, patchy, greasy, scaly and crusty skin rash that occurs on the hairy areas of the scalp of recently born babies. It is usually not itchy, and does not bother the baby. It begins in the first 3 months. The rash is often prominent around the ear, the eyebrows or the eyelids. Treatment: Dandruff shampoo (selenium or tar), topical corticosteroids, and/or ketoconazole cream. Also remember babies don't need to bathes every day as it will dry their skin even more.

5. Milia (Miliaria)--> Accumulation below EECRINE sweat glands that are obstructed by keratin at the stratum corneum level. Occurs after the 1st week of life, and is associated with excess warmth. Treatment: Loose clothing, and cool baths to decrease sweating.

6. Transient Neonatal Pustular Melanosis: Superficial Pustules overlying hyperpigmented macules. Treatment: NONE, these are self-resolving.
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this question makes me feel stupid..... but thanks anyway
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this question makes me feel stupid..... but thanks anyway
Sorry, that wasn't my intent. I felt clueless when I first read about these topics too, so I looked them up in pictures to make it easier.
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