36 □ Dermatology and Perinatal Infection VASCULAR DISORDERS AND MALFORMATIONS
Figure 1.103. Petechiae are common in normal infants, particularly over the back and buttocks. They usually disappear within a few days. Facial petechiae are commonly seen in infants in whom there was a nuchal cord or where there was abnormal delay following delivery of the head and neck before the trunk and shoulders were delivered.
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