Dermoid Cyst<div id="article-content-body"><p><a href="http://www.consultantlive.com/image/image_gallery?img_id=1533994&t=1268075107652"><img src="http://www.consultantlive.com/image/image_gallery?img_id=1533994&t=1268075107652" style="padding: 5px; float: left; border: 0pt none; margin-left: 8px; margin-right: 8px;" width="150"></a>This asymptomatic swelling above a 3-month-old boy's left eyebrow had not changed since birth. The 15 × 13-mm, soft, nontender, freely mobile nodule had no punctum, hair tuft, or other skin anomaly (<strong>A</strong>). The infant was born at term and was otherwise healthy.</p></div>
Omental CystA 5½-year-old girl was brought to her pediatrician's office by her mother, who reported that her daughter had a 1-week history of nasal congestion, intermittent fever, and cough that was worse in the morning and at night.
Omental CystFor the child with persistent or worsening allergy symptoms of more than 2 months' duration, a screening radioallergosorbent test may be initiated.