Pediatric dermatology is an exciting area of medicine. When children are young, they cannot give a history. In fact, pediatrics is said to be much like veterinary medicine! The practitioner must use sharp observational skills to assess a problem. For example, rather than asking a 1-year-old if they scratch or if a rash itch, merely observing the child scratching in the office or seeing excoriations on the skin will lead a physician to the correct conclusion.
- Pathophysiology and Epidemiology
- Perioral dermatitis
- Hermansky-Pudlak syndrome
- Immunobullous disease
- Multifocal infantile hemangiomas
- Prognosis and Treatment