By Kay Kane, Peter Lio, Alexander Stratigos, Richard Johnson
Immediately and effectively diagnose and deal with the complete diversity of pediatric pores and skin difficulties "The specialise in fast popularity of pediatric dermatologic stipulations and pediatric health problems makes this atlas an asset within the workplace. the benefit of reference is amazing. this can substitute the dermatology reference I at the moment use. three Stars."--Doody's overview carrier Modeled after Fitzpatrick's colour Atlas and Synopsis of medical Dermatology, the world's so much widely-used dermatologic reference, this point-of-care atlas offers huge, specified, full-color pictures of pores and skin illnesses in young ones besides the newest administration and therapy ideas. you can find every thing you want to optimistically determine, diagnose, and deal with illnesses of the surface, hair, and nails of pediatric sufferers in a hectic medical setting. each one ailment or disease encompasses a logical easy-to-read presentation that incorporates: Epidemiology Pathophysiology historical past actual exam Differential analysis Laboratory overview direction and analysis therapy and Prevention/Management (with authorized pediatric dosages) One or full-color images that includes greater than 350 transparent, crisp full-color photos and assurance that spans every little thing from problems of blood and lymph vessels to cutaneous bacterial, viral, and fungal infections, colour Atlas & Synopsis of Pediatric Dermatology is the quickest and most desirable technique to verify your subsequent pediatric prognosis.
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Extra resources for Color Atlas and Synopsis of Pediatric Dermatology: Second Edition
Rubella Rubella acquired during the first trimester may lead to low-birth-weight, microcephaly, mental retardation, cataracts, deafness, and heart abnormalities. Rubella acquired during second or third trimester can lead to hepatosplenomegaly, pneumonitis, myocarditis, encephalitis, osteomyelitis, or retinopathy. MANAGEMENT Toxoplasmosis 30ϩ days of sulfadiazine (150–200 mg/kg/d divided qid) plus pyrimethamine (1–2 mg/kg/d divided bid). Infants with chorioretinitis or high CSF protein levels may need systemic steroids.
Color Hyperpigmented macules may develop at the site of resolving vesicles and pustules. Distribution Clusters on face, trunk, and proximal extremities, rarely palms and soles may be involved. DIAGNOSIS AND DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS Diagnosis Wright stain of a vesicle will reveal a predominance of neutrophils. Gram stain will be negative for bacteria. Differential Diagnosis Includes erythema toxicum neonatorum, staphylococcal and other bacterial infections, candidiasis, herpes, and miliaria. SECTION 1 CUTANEOUS FINDINGS IN THE NEWBORN 13 FIGURE 1-8 Transient neonatal pustular melanosis Vesicles and pustules scattered diffusely on the leg of an infant.
Herpes zoster (shingles) in a pregnant woman is generally thought to have minimal risk for sequelae for the fetus. MANAGEMENT Those pregnant women who have been exposed to varicella should have a VZV-IgG level measured if they do not have a history of varicella infection or vaccination. For those with negative histories or serologies, varicella zoster immune globulin (VZIG) is indicated at any point during pregnancy. Administration of acyclovir should be given at the ﬁrst clinical sign of VZV Age Newborn.