PhotoclinicA 13-year-old developmentally delayed girl was brought for evaluation of fibrotic plaques with overlying atrophy and surrounding hyperpigmentation on the middle back (A), lower right breast (B), and upper arms and thighs.
PhotoclinicFor 2 to 3 weeks, a 10-year-old boy had pain and swelling of the left ankle.
dermatophyte infectionsTen-month-old girl with swelling of the left knee of 7 weeks’ duration.
dermatophyte infections<p><strong>Trading one dangerous scenario</strong><strong> for another?</strong></p><p>Pertussis has long been known to cause severe disease and death in infants, especially in those<br />who are unvaccinated or who are too young to be immunized. With the number of pertussis cases in the United States increasing,1 those of us who care for susceptible infants are looking for solutions to this dangerous problem.</p>
dermatophyte infections<p> </p><hr /><p> </p>
Fever and RashChildren who present with rash and fever could have serious illness and require immediate intervention.
Case In PointA 4-day-old girl was brought to the emergency department for evaluation of a copious discharge from the right eye with associated swelling and redness of the eyelid.
intussusceptionA 4-month-old girl was admitted to a rural hospital with nonbilious vomiting and bloody stools that began the prior evening.