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Figure 3.19. A close-up view of the same infant as in Figures 3.17 and 3.18 shows the perioral lesions in acrodermatitis entero-pathica. There are extensive, sharply outlined, erythematous areas of skin partially covered with scales and crusts. Typically the lesions are located in the areas of the mouth, nose, and anogenital region. Initially the skin changes are vesicular or bullous. This condition must be distinguished from epidermolysis bullosa and impetigo.

Figure 3.19. A close-up view of the same infant as in Figures 3.17 and 3.18 shows the perioral lesions in acrodermatitis entero-pathica. There are extensive, sharply outlined, erythematous areas of skin partially covered with scales and crusts. Typically the lesions are located in the areas of the mouth, nose, and anogenital region. Initially the skin changes are vesicular or bullous. This condition must be distinguished from epidermolysis bullosa and impetigo.

Figure 3.20. A close-up view shows the perianal lesions in the same infant as in Figures 3.17 to 3.19. Secondary infection with Candida is common in this condition.

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Bacterial Vaginosis Facts

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