A 7-week-old girl presents with a 6-week history of persistent and expanding diaper dermatitis that became ulcerated when she was 4 weeks of age. What Is Your Diagnosis?
This study evaluates the cost of routine pretreatment electrocardiogram screening and determines whether testing led to significant management changes for 198 patients evaluated for initiation of treatment with propranolol over a 2-year period.
An 11-day-old, full-term girl had multiple skin changes, including a red patch on the central lower back with a soft nodule located on top of the patch, as well as a pedunculated red papule positioned on top of the red stain and soft nodule. What is your diagnosis?
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