Telangiectatic Nevi Pictures

Haemangioma Salmon Patch

Macular hemangioma angel's kiss of the eyelids in a newborn infant. Vascular nevi occur in up to 40 of newborns. They are divided into three groups salmon patches, hemangiomas, and vascular malformations and are classified by their histology and the degree of involvement of the skin and subcutaneous tissues. The most common are the salmon patches macular hemangioma, nevus flammeus . They consist of dilated capillaries in the superficial layers of the dermis and are noted most...

Staphylococcus Aureus And Fertility

Staphylococcus Aureus Neck

Staphylococcal pyoderma of the neck in an infant at the age of 8 days. Figure 2.3. Bullous impetigo (pemphigus neonatorum) in a newborn infant at the age of 6 days. This infection may occur as early as the second day or as late as two weeks of life and may demonstrate bodi bullous and impetiginous lesions. It is most commonly due to a staphylococcal infection but, on occasion, is caused by Streptococcus. The lesions are more common in moist, warm areas such as the axillary folds of...

Vasomotor Instability Infant

Vasomotor Instability Infant

Cutis marmorata is a common finding in normal infants. This fine reticulated mottled appearance is due to vasomotor instability and thus is more commonly seen in premature infants, but should also alert one to the possibility of sepsis, hypothyroidism, and central nervous system pathology. Figure 1.19. Mongolian spots in a black infant. The spots have no significance but are sometimes mistaken for bruises, causing a suspicion of child abuse. This should be kept in mind when...

Female Infant Genitals

Postmature Dermatology

Vernix caseosa in a female infant. After birth the infant is bathed and the vernix removed by the nurse. If there is any question as to whether or not there was any meconium staining, certain areas such as the axilla, inguinal folds and genitalia, if not adequately cleaned, will reveal traces of the vernix. Figure 1.8. Vernix caseosa in a female infant. After birth the infant is bathed and the vernix removed by the nurse. If there is any question as to whether or not there was any...

Inclusion Cyst On Baby Nipple

Kehamilan Postmatur

Another example of mastitis neonatorum which is asymmetrical in that it is more prominent on the right than on the left. Mastitis neonatorum is noted more frequently in postmature infants. It subsides spontaneously over die course of several weeks. Figure 1.80. This infant has inclusion cysts of the right nipple. These require no treatment as they resolve spontaneously. Figure 1.79. Another example of mastitis neonatorum which is asymmetrical in that it is more prominent on the...