INDEX. Acute paronychia, 163, 168, 240 Abscess, bacterial, 258. Adenoma sebaceum, 69 Acitretin, 339. Adenovirus, 121, 639 Acne, 8, 178, 523

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1 INDEX Note: Numbers in italics indicate figures. A Abciximab, 710 Acute paronychia, 163, 168, 240 Abscess, bacterial, 258 Acyclovir, 96, 158 Absorption of topical corticosteroids, 22 Adams-Oliver syndrome, 351, 563 Acanthosis nigricans, , 648 Adapalene, 70, 80 ACC. See Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC) Addison disease, 419 Acetaminophen, 617, 625 Adenoma sebaceum, 69 Acitretin, 339 Adenovirus, 121, 639 Acne, 8, 178, 523 Adverse effects infantile, moisturizers, 26 neonatal, 77 81, 244, 583 topical corticosteroids, 24 rosacea, 69 AE. See Acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE) steroid, 69 Albendazole, 287 Acne vulgaris Albinism, factors that may exacerbate, 66 Alclometasone, 22, 345 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 65 Allergic contact dermatitis, multifactorial pathogenesis, 65 other conditions mistaken for, 48, 85, 94, pathophysiology, , 131, 287, 549 prognosis, 75 Allergy, food, 42, 639 relationship to infantile acne, 80 All Free Clear detergent, 39 signs and symptoms, Allylamine, 266, 271, 275 treatment, Alopecia, 255, 262 Acquired melanocytic nevi, androgenetic, 534 Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans, 660 areata, 258, , 547, 553, 559 Acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE), 7, 236, in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), traction, 258, 534, 547, , 559 consultation or referral, 686 Aluminum acetate solution, 101 diagnosis, 684 Amcinonide, 21 diaper dermatitis and, 575, 576 Amorolfine, 253 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 681 Amoxicillin other conditions mistaken for, 690 for perianal streptococcal dermatitis, 189 prognosis, 686 for scarlet fever, 212 resources for families, 686 for serum sickness like reaction, 621 signs and symptoms, 681, Anabolic steroids, 66 treatment, Analgesics, oral, 96 Acropustulosis of infancy, 308 Anaphylaxis, 640 Actinic prurigo, 727 ANA profile. See Antinuclear antibody (ANA) Acute febrile mucocutaneous lymph node profile syndrome. See Kawasaki Ancylostoma braziliensis, 285 disease Ancylostoma caninum, 285 Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis, Androgenetic alopecia, Anemia, 367, 710 Acute hemorrhagic edema of infancy, 702 Angiofibromas, facial, 519 From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, 731

2 732 INDEX Angioma serpiginosum, 376, 378 spider, 372, 375, 378 tufted, 367, 368 Angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, 545 Angular cheilitis, Annular arrangement of lesions, 8, 10 Anogenital herpes infection, 97 Anogenital warts, 107, 109, 112 Anthralin, 339, 535 Anthrax, cutaneous, 172 Antibacterial ointments and creams, 634 Antibacterial soaps, 41 Antibiotics for acne vulgaris, 70, 71, 72, 74 for acute paronychia, 164, 165 for atopic dermatitis, 40 for ecthyma, 173 for folliculitis, 179 for herpes simplex, 96 for impetigo, 184 for infantile hemangioma, 363, 365 for juvenile plantar dermatosis, 61 for Lyme disease, 196 for perianal bacterial dermatitis, 189 for periorificial dermatitis, 86 for pityriasis lichenoides, 329 for staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, 218 for tinea capitis, 261 toxic epidermal necrolysis and, 631 Anticandidal creams, 49 Anticonvulsants, 545 Anti-deoxyribonuclease B titers, 697 Antiepileptic drugs, 66, 625, 631 Anti-fibrinolytic therapy, 368 Antifungals for angular cheilitis, 233 for intertrigo, 588 for neonatal/congenital candidiasis, 245 for onychomycosis, 253 for tinea capitis, 260 for tinea corporis, 266 for tinea cruris, 271 for tinea versicolor, 280 Antihistamines for atopic dermatitis, 40 for cutaneous mastocytosis, 457 for drug hypersensitivity syndrome, 606 for eosinophilic pustular folliculitis, 580 From Pediatric for erythema Dermatology, multiforme, 3rd 609 Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, for Gianotti-Crosti syndrome, 123 for herpes zoster, 101 for pityriasis lichenoides, 329 for pityriasis rosea, 333 for serum sickness like reaction, 624 for unilateral laterothoracic exanthem (ULE), 153 for urticaria, 640 Antimicrobials, topical, 51 Antinuclear antibody (ANA) profile, Antiphospholipid antibody, 675 Antipruritics, 101 Antipyretics, 605, 624 Antistreptolysin-O titers, 697 Antiviral therapy for erythema multiforme, 609 for herpes simplex, 96 for herpes zoster, 101 parenteral, 96 for roseola infantum, 145 Aphthous stomatitis, 94 Aphthous ulcer, 94, 131 Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC), , 594 Aquanil, 39 Aquaphor ointment, 25, 39 Arcanobacterium haemolyticum infection, 212 Arrangement of lesions, 8, 8 10 Arteriovenous malformation. See Vascular malformations Arteritis, 649 Arthralgia, 116 Arthritis, 116, 118, 196, 651, 672 exanthem of juvenile idiopathic arthritis, 117 rubella and, 150 systemic-onset juvenile idiopathic, 709 Arthropod bites, 195, 478, 618, 696 Ash-leaf macules, 519 Asparagus, 617 Aspirin, 710 Asteatotic eczema, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50 Ataxia-telangiectasia, , 379 Atopic dermatitis associated conditions, 42 daily measures, 39 diagnosis, 38 infection control in, inflammation reduction, 40 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 31 other conditions mistaken for, 8, 11, 48, 56, 85, 123, 308, 344, 650, 673, 683, 690, 716

3 INDEX 733 prognosis, 43 pruritus control in, 40 resource for families, 44 signs and symptoms, topical corticosteroid prescription amounts, 23 treatment, when to worry or refer for, 43 Atopiclair, 25 Atrophoderma of Pasini and Pierini, 660 Atrophy, 11 Atypical measles, 134, 204 Autoimmune blistering disorders, 131 Autologous stem cell transplantation, 651 Aveeno, 25, 39 Azathioprine, 494, 651, 676, 677 Azithromycin, 212, 329 B Babesiosis, 299 Bacillary angiomatosis, 131 Bacterial abscess, 258 Bacterial folliculitis, 175, 258 Balanoposthitis, 189 Barrier repair agents, 42 Beard hemangiomas, 360 Beau lines, temporary, 127 Becker nevus, 449 Bedbugs, 299, 303 Benign cephalic histiocytosis, 85, 110 Benzocaine, 96 Benzoyl peroxide, 70, 72, 73 75, 80 Benzyl alcohol, 291 b-blockers, 545, 621 Beta carotene, 728 Betamethasone dipropionate, 21, 49 Betamethasone valerate, 21, 22 Bilateral acoustic neuroma syndrome (NF2), 514 Biotin-dependent multiple carboxylase deficiency, 48 Birbeck granules, 717 Bites. See Insect bites Blackheads, 66 Blaschko lines, 321, 399, 401 Bleach, 179 Bleomycin, 111 Blister beetle extract, 105 Blistering dactylitis, 94, 164, , 240 Blood transfusions, 368, 621 Bloom syndrome, 431, 515 From Pediatric Dermatology, Blueberry muffin 3rd rash, Edition: 148 A Quick Reference Guide, Blue nevus, 444 Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome, 390 Bone marrow transplantation, 661, 717 Borrelia burgdorferi, 193 BRAF gene mutations, 713, 717 Breastfeeding, 42, 248 Brown recluse spider bite, 172 Bruising, 444 from birth trauma, 387 other conditions mistaken for, 696 Buccal mucosa, 247 Bullae, 5, 5, 11 blistering dactylitis, 167 staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, 215, 216 Bullous congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma, 486 Bullous impetigo, 181, 182 diaper dermatitis and, 570, 572 other conditions mistaken for, 48, 94, 131, 217, 300, 456, 486, 492, 508, 583 Bullous insect bite reaction, 493 Bullous lupus erythematosus, 478, 493 Bullous mastocytoma, 94 Bullous pemphigoid, 300, 478, 486, 492 Bupropion, 621 Burns, 168, 172 immersion, 217 C Café au lait macules, 426, , 434, 438, 440, 456, 515 neurofibromatosis (NF), 511, 512 Calamine lotion, 301, 615 Calcineurin inhibitors, 41, 415, 535, 651, 676, 722 Calcinosis cutis, , 648 Calcipotriene, 339, 663 Callus, 110 Camphor, 101, 301, 615 Candida, 14, 15, 163, 229 angular cheilitis, candidal diaper dermatitis, chrome paronychia, 164, molluscum contagiosum, 106 neonatal/congenital candidiasis, thrush, 236, Candidal diaper dermatitis, , 569, 571, 588 Candidiasis, 48, 49, 188, 252, 271 congenital, 583, 599 Canker sores, 94, 131

4 734 INDEX Cantharidin, 105 Capillary malformation, 660. See also Vascular malformations Carbamazepine, 545 Carbunculosis, Carditis, 196 Carmol, 43 Carney complex, 439 Cashew nut, 617 Cataracts, 28 Cefaclor, 621 Cefadroxil, 611 Cefamandole, 611 Cefazolin, 611 Cefotaxime, 201 Ceftriaxone for Lyme disease, 196 for meningococcemia, 201 Celiac disease, 477 Cellulitis, 217, 696 Cephalexin for acute paronychia, 164 for atopic dermatitis, 40 for blistering dactylitis, 168 for exanthematous and urticarial drug reactions, 611 for folliculitis, 179 for impetigo, 184 Cephaloridine, 611 Cephalosporins, 611, 621, 624 Cephalothin, 611 CeraVe, 25, 39 Cerebrospinal fluid, 201 Cetaphil, 25, 39, 41 Cetaphil RestoraDerm, 25 Cetirizine, 40, 640 Cherry angioma, 378 Chickenpox. See Varicella Childhood dermatitis herpetiformis, Chlordeoxyadenosine, 717 Chlorhexidine, 178, 179 Chronic graft-versus-host disease (GVHD), 661 Chronic Lyme disease, 196 Chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis, 240 Chronic paronychia, 164, Cicatricial pemphigoid, 721 Ciclopirox, 253 Cidofovir, 145 Cigarette burns, 172 Cimetidine, 111, 545, 640 Circumscribed morphea, 654, 655 Corynebacterium, 19 From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Cosmetics, Guide, 66, ;Mancini, Cladribine, Anthony 717J.;Krowchuk, Daniel P. Clarithromycin, 212 Classic rubella, Clindamycin for acne vulgaris, 80 for acute paronychia, 164 for blistering dactylitis, 168 for folliculitis, 179 for impetigo, 184 for scarlet fever, 212 for toxic shock syndrome, 225 for varicella, 158 Clobetasol propionate, 21 Clofarabine, 717 Clofazimine, 676 Clopidogrel, 710 Closed comedones, 66, 67, 105 Clotrimazole, 49, 245, 266, 271, 275 CMN. See Congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN) CMTC. See Cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita (CMTC) Coagulopathy, 367 Colchicine, 494, 697 Cold sores, 91, 92 Collagen vascular disease, 650 Collodion baby, 499, 500 Colorado tick fever, 299 Color of lesions, 10, 19 Comedones, 66, 105 Common warts, 107, 108 Computed tomography (CT), 387 Condylomata acuminata, 107, 109 Condylomata lata, 110 Congenital candidiasis, 583, 599 Congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma (CIE), Congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN), 430, , 438, 440, 456 Congenital phlebectasia, 349, 351, 352 Congenital rubella, Congenital syphilis, 149 diaper dermatitis and, 575, 577 Congenital thrombocytopenia, 149 Contact dermatitis, 8, 38, 59, 153, 183, 232, 275, 308 allergic, 48, 51 57, 85, 94, 100, 131, 287, 650 irritant, 45 50, 56, 85, 188, 236 Contraceptives, oral, 66, 72, 74, 545 Cornelia de Lange syndrome, 350 Coronary artery vasculitis, 666

5 INDEX 735 Cost, topical corticosteroid, 23 Coxsackieviruses, 125 Creams for atopic dermatitis, 39 moisturizers, 25. See also Moisturizers topical corticosteroids, 23. See also Topical corticosteroids Creeping eruption, 285 Crohn disease, 687 Cromolyn sodium, 457 Crotamiton, 310 Crusted impetigo, 683, 690 Crusting, 11, 34 acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE), 682, 683 ecthyma, 171 Cryotherapy, 27, 106, 111, 287, 466 Cryptococcosis, 105 Curel, 25, 39 Curettage, 105, 466, 717 Cushing syndrome, 66, 419 Cutaneous anthrax, 172 Cutaneous bronchogenic cysts, 461 Cutaneous herpes simplex virus infection, 456 Cutaneous larva migrans, Cutaneous lymphoma, 605 Cutaneous mastocytosis, Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, 650 Cutaneous vasculitis, 141 Cutis marmorata, , 353 Cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita (CMTC), 349, 350, 351, 352 Cyanoacrylate adhesive, 61 Cyclophosphamide, 677 Cyclosporine, 339, 651, 677 Cystic fibrosis, 48, 687 Cysts, 5 cutaneous bronchogenic, 461 dermoid, epithelial, 459, 461 Cytarabine, 717 Cytomegalovirus, 89, 121, 149, 625 D Dandy-Walker malformation, 360 Dapsone, 479, 494, 676 Darier sign, 454, 457 DEET, 302 Demodex, 175 Dennie-Morgan lines, 36 Depigmented lesions, 10, 19 Depressed lesions, 5 From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, Dermatitis herpetiformis, 486, 493 Dermatomal arrangement of lesions, 8, 9 Dermatomyositis, 338 Dermoid cysts, Dermoscopy, 532 Desenex, 253, 271, 275 Desloratadine, 640 Desonide, 22, 345 Desquamation, 215, 222 Diabetes mellitus, 419 Diagnosis acanthosis nigricans, 420 acne vulgaris, 70 acquired melanocytic nevi, 426 acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE), 684 acute paronychia, 164 albinism, 397 allergic contact dermatitis, 56 alopecia areata, 534 angular cheilitis, 232 aplasia cutis congenita, 566 atopic dermatitis, 38 blistering dactylitis, 168 café au lait macules, 431 candidal diaper dermatitis, 236 childhood dermatitis herpetiformis, 479 chronic paronychia, 240 congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN), 435 cutaneous larva migrans, 287 cutaneous mastocytosis, 457 cutis marmorata, 350 cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenital (CMTC), 353 dermoid cysts, 461 drug hypersensitivity syndrome, 605 ecthyma, 173 eosinophilic pustular folliculitis, 580 ephelides, 438 epidermal nevi, 465 epidermolysis bullosa (EB), 487 eruptive pseudoangiomatosis, 130 erythema infectiosum/human parvovirus B19 infection, 118 erythema multiforme, 609 erythema nodosum, 697 erythema toxicum, 584 exanthematous and urticarial drug reactions, 615 fixed drug eruption, 619 folliculitis, 178 Gianotti-Crosti syndrome, 123 granuloma annulare, 468

6 736 INDEX Diagnosis (continued) roseola infantum, 145 hand-foot-and-mouth disease/herpangina, 130 rubella, 149 head lice, 291 scabies, 309 Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP), 702 scarlet fever, 212 herpes simplex, 95 seborrheic dermatitis, 344 herpes zoster, 101 serum sickness like reaction, 624 ichthyosis, 502 staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, 218 impetigo, 184 Stevens-Johnson syndrome, 628 incontinentia pigmenti, 508 systemic lupus erythematosus, infantile acropustulosis, 586 telangiectasias, 378 infantile hemangioma, telogen effluvium, 548 insect bites, 301 thrush, 248 intertrigo, 588 tinea capitis, 259, 260 irritant contact dermatitis, 49 tinea corporis, 266, 267 juvenile dermatomyositis, 650 tinea cruris, 271 juvenile xanthogranuloma, 473 tinea pedis, 275 Kasabach-Merritt phenomenon, 368 tinea versicolor, 279 Kawasaki disease, 710 toxic epidermal necrolysis, 633 kwashiorkor, 690 toxic shock syndrome, 204, Langerhans cell histiocytosis, 717 traction alopecia, 553 lentigines, 441 transient neonatal pustular melanosis, 599 lichen nitidus, 316 trichotillomania, 559 lichen planus, 319 tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC), lichen sclerosus et atrophicus, 722 unilateral laterothoracic exanthem (ULE), 153 lichen striatus, 324 urticaria, 639 linear IgA dermatosis, 494 varicella, 158 loose anagen syndrome, 542, 543 vascular malformations, 387 Lyme disease, 195 vitiligo, 415 measles, 137 Diagnostic techniques meningococcemia, 201 fungal culture, miliaria, 591 mineral oil preparation for scabies, 17, 18 molluscum contagiosum, 105 potassium hydroxide, 13 14, Mongolian spots, 445 Wood light examination, 19 morphea, 662 Dial Antibacterial, Liquid, 41 neonatal/congenital candidiasis, 245 Diaper dermatitis neurofibromatosis (NF), 515 acrodermatitis enteropathica, 575, 576 nevus sebaceus, 595 candidal, , 569, 571, 588 onychomycosis, 253 congenital syphilis, 575, 577 papular-purpuric gloves-and-socks syndrome folliculitis, 570, 573 (PPGSS), 141 intertrigo, 570, 573 perianal bacterial dermatitis, 188 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 569 periorificial dermatitis, 85 irritant, 45, 46, 48, 49, 569, 571, 683 pigmentary mosaicism, hyperpigmented, 450 Jacquet erosive, 570, 574 pigmentary mosaicism, hypopigmented, 402 Langerhans cell histiocytosis, 575, 577 pityriasis alba, 406 other conditions mistaken for, 716 pityriasis lichenoides, 329 psoriasis, 575, 576 pityriasis rosea, 333 resources for families, 578 polymorphous light eruption (PMLE), 728 seborrheic, 569, 572 postinflammatory hypopigmentation, 410 signs and symptoms, , psoriasis, 338 when to worry or refer for, 578 From Pediatric pyogenic Dermatology, granuloma, 373 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference DIC. See Disseminated Guide, intravascular coagulation, ;Mancini, Rocky Anthony Mountain J.;Krowchuk, spotted fever, Daniel 205 P. (DIC)

7 INDEX 737 Dicloxacillin, 179 Dietary manipulation for atopic dermatitis, 42 Diflorasone diacetate, 21 Diphenhydramine hydrochloride, 640 Discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE), See also Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) Disseminated herpes zoster, 157 Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), 199, 200, 204 Distribution of lesions, 8 DLE. See Discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE) DML lotion, 25 Doppler ultrasonography, 387 Dove cleanser, 39 Dowling-Meara epidermolysis bullosa, 481 Doxycycline for acne vulgaris, 71, 72 for acute paronychia, 164 for blistering dactylitis, 168 for folliculitis, 179 for Lyme disease, 196 for Rocky Mountain spotted fever, 206 Drug hypersensitivity syndrome, , 614, 672 Drug-induced hypersensitivity syndrome, 603 Drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS), 603 Dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa (EB), E EB. See Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) EBS. See Epidermolysis bullosa simplex (EBS) Ecchymoses, 696 associated with child abuse, 702 Eccrine hidradenitis, 696 Echocardiography, 524, 710 Eclipse nevi, 425, 426 Ecthyma, , 183, 266 Ectodermal dysplasia, 542 Eczema, 31, 34, 586 asteatotic, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50 herpeticum, 91, 93, 131 nummular, 48, 266, 333, 468 papular, 153 Edema, 139, 140, , 640, 665 Efalizumab, 621 Ehrlichiosis, 299 Electrocardiography, 524 Electrocoagulation, 378 Elevated D-dimers, 367 From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, Elevated lesions, 1 Elidel, 41 EM. See Erythema multiforme (EM) Embolization, 368 Encephalitis, 196, 295 Endocrinologic disorders, 419 Endothrix infection, 259 Enteroviruses, 121, 149, 157. See also Hand-footand-mouth disease (HFMD) Eosinophilic fasciitis, 661 Eosinophilic granuloma. See Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) Eosinophilic pneumonitis, 285 Eosinophilic pustular folliculitis, 244, 508, , 584 Ephelides, 426, 430, 434, , 440 EpiCeram, 25 Epidermal nevi, 110, , 594 Epidermolysis bullosa (EB), 168, 479, , 493, 566 acquisita, 479, 487, 493 dystrophic, Epidermolysis bullosa simplex (EBS), Epidermolytic hyperkeratosis, 501, 502 Epidermophyton floccosum, 251, 269, 273 Epithelial cysts, 459, 461 Epstein-Barr virus, 89, 121, 625, 639 Erosions, 5, 7 Erosive lichen planus, 721 Eruptive pseudoangiomatosis, 125 diagnosis, 130 signs and symptoms, 130 treatment, 130 Erythema infectiosum, , 136, 139, 140, 350 Erythema migrans, 193, 194 Erythema multiforme (EM), other conditions mistaken for, 96, 195, 217, 224, 486, 493, 614, 618, 623, 639 Erythema nodosum, Erythematous lesions, 10, 32, 34 Erythema toxicum, 244, 508, 580, Erythrasma, 19, 271, 588 Erythromycin for acne vulgaris, 72 for blistering dactylitis, 168 for linear IgA dermatosis, 494 for neonatal acne vulgaris, 80 for perianal bacterial dermatitis, 189 for periorificial dermatitis, 86 for pityriasis lichenoides, 329 for scarlet fever, 212

8 738 INDEX Estrogen, 722 Etiology/epidemiology acanthosis nigricans, 419 acne vulgaris, 65 acquired melanocytic nevi, 423 acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE), 681 acute paronychia, 163 albinism, 395 allergic contact dermatitis, 51 alopecia areata, 529 angular cheilitis, 231 aplasia cutis congenita, 563 atopic dermatitis, 31 blistering dactylitis, 167 café au lait macules, 429 candida, 229 candidal diaper dermatitis, 235 childhood dermatitis herpetiformis, 477 chronic paronychia, 239 congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN), 433 cutaneous larva migrans, 285 cutaneous mastocytosis, 453 cutis marmorata, 349 cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita (CMTC), 351 dermoid cysts, 459 drug hypersensitivity syndrome, 603 ecthyma, 171 eosinophilic pustular folliculitis, 579 ephelides, 437 epidermal nevi, 463 epidermolysis bullosa (EB), 481 erythema multiforme, 607 erythema toxicum, 581 exanthematous and urticarial drug reactions, 611 fixed drug eruption, 617 folliculitis, 175 Gianotti-Crosti syndrome, 121 granuloma annulare, 467 hand-foot-and-mouth disease/herpangina, 125 head lice, 289 Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP), 699 herpes zoster, 99 ichthyosis, 497 impetigo, 181 incontinentia pigmenti, 505 infantile acne, 78 infantile acropustulosis, 585 infantile hemangioma, 355 From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, tinea corporis, 263 insect bites, 295 intertrigo, 587 irritant contact dermatitis, 45 juvenile dermatomyositis, 645 juvenile xanthogranuloma, 471 Kasabach-Merritt phenomenon, 367 Kawasaki disease, 705 Langerhans cell histiocytosis, 713 lentigines, 439 lichen nitidus, 315 lichen planus, 317 lichen sclerosus et atrophicus, 719 lichen striatus, 321 linear IgA dermatosis, 491 loose anagen syndrome, 539 Lyme disease, 193 measles, 133 meningococcemia, 199 miliaria, 589 molluscum contagiosum, 103 Mongolian spots, 443 morphea, 653 neonatal acne, 77 neonatal/congenital candidiasis, 243 neurofibromatosis (NF), 511 nevus sebaceus, 593 onychomycosis, 251 papular-purpuric gloves-and-socks syndrome (PPGSS), 139 perianal bacterial dermatitis, 187 periorificial dermatitis, 83 pigmentary mosaicism, hyperpigmented, 447 pityriasis alba, 405 pityriasis lichenoides, 325 pityriasis rosea, 331 polymorphous light eruption (PMLE), 725 postinflammatory hypopigmentation, 409 pyogenic granuloma, 371 Rocky Mountain spotted fever, 203 roseola infantum, 143 rubella, 147 scabies, 305 scarlet fever, 207 serum sickness like reaction, 621 staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, 215 Stevens-Johnson syndrome, 625 systemic lupus erythematosus, 665 telangiectasias, 375 telogen effluvium, thrush, 247 tinea capitis, 255

9 INDEX 739 tinea cruris, 269 tinea pedis, 273 tinea versicolor, 277 toxic epidermal necrolysis, 631 toxic shock syndrome, 221 traction alopecia, 551 transient neonatal pustular melanosis, 597 trichotillomania, 555 tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC), 519 unilateral laterothoracic exanthem (ULE), 151 urticaria, 637 varicella, 155 vascular malformations, 381 vitiligo, 413 warts, 107 Eucerin, 25, 39 Everolimus, 524 Exanthematous and urticarial drug reactions, 136, 149, 605, Exanthematous drug eruption, 117 Exanthem of juvenile idiopathic arthritis, 117 Exanthem subitum, F Facial edema, , 640, 665 Famciclovir, 96 Fexofenadine, 640 Fifth disease, Fluorouracil, 111 Fixed drug eruption, 195, Flat lesions, 1 Flat warts, 69, 85, 105, 107, 108, 316 Fleas, 296, 297, 302 Fluconazole, 617 for candidal diaper dermatitis, 237 for chronic paronychia, 240 fixed drug eruption from, 617 for neonatal/congenital candidiasis, 245 for onychomycosis, 253 for thrush, 248 for tinea capitis, 260, 261 for tinea versicolor, 280 Fluid-filled lesions, 5 Fluocinolone acetonide, 21, 22, 40, 345 Fluocinonide, 21, 40, 61 Fluticasone propionate, 21, 22 Folliculitis, 48, , 183, 258 diaper dermatitis and, 570, 573 eosinophilic pustular, 244, 508, , 584 gram-negative, 69 Pityrosporum, 69 From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, staphylococcal, 244, 583, 591, 599 Food allergy, 42, 639 Forceps, trauma from, 566 Formaldehyde, 51 Foscarnet, 145 Frequency of application moisturizers, 26 topical corticosteroids, 24 Fungal culture, Furunculosis, G GABHS. See Group A b-hemolytic streptococcus (GABHS) Ganciclovir, 145 Gels, topical corticosteroid, 23 Generalized essential telangiectasia, 376, 378 Generalized morphea, 658 Geographic tongue, 248 Gianotti-Crosti syndrome, , 153, 300, 328 Gingivostomatitis, herpes, 91, 97 Glomerulonephritis, 184, 212 Glucocorticoids, 339 Gluten-sensitive enteropathy, 477 Gnathostoma spinigerum, 287 Goltz syndrome, 402 Gonococcemia, 200, 204 Gottron sign, 645, 647 Graft-versus-host disease (GVHD), 614 chronic, 661 Gram-negative folliculitis, 69, 175 Granuloma annulare, 110, 266, , 673 Majocchi, 263, 265 pyogenic, 131, 362, , 378, 388 Griseofulvin, 253, 261, 266 Group A b-hemolytic streptococcus (GABHS), 171, 181, 188, 207, 209 Grouped arrangement of lesions, 8, 9 Guttate psoriasis, 189, 328, 333, 335 GVHD. See Graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) H Haemophilus influenzae, 200, 204 Hair. See also Alopecia; Trichotillomania loose anagen syndrome, 534, products, debris, 290 shaft abnormalities, 542 shafts, 290 telogen effluvium, Halobetasol propionate, 21

10 740 INDEX Halo nevi, 423, 425 Hamartoma of sebaceous and apocrine glands, 593 Hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD), 94, , 141, 157, 168 Hand-Schüller-Christian syndrome. See Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) Head lice, Hemangioma. See Infantile hemangioma Hemolytic anemia, 367 Henderson-Patterson bodies, 105 Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP), 200, 204, 639, diagnosis, 702 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 699 prognosis, 703 resources for families, 704 signs and symptoms, , 701 treatment, 703 when to worry or refer, 703 Hepatitis A infection, 121 Hepatitis B infection, 122 Hepatitis C infection, 317 Hepatomegaly, 122 Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT), 376, 378 Heredity angioedema, 640 Herpangina, 94, , 248 Herpes gingivostomatitis, 131 Herpes labialis, 91, 92 Herpes simplex arrangement of lesions, 8, 9 diagnosis, 95 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, other conditions mistaken for, 149, 157, 164, 168, 183, 387, 456, 478, 486, 492, 566, 591, 599, 618 prognosis, 96 resources for families, 97 signs and symptoms, 90, 91, 92, 93 treatment, 96 when to worry or refer, Herpes zoster, 8, 9, 56, 94, , 157 Herpetic gingivostomatitis, 248 Herpetic whitlow, 91, 164, 168, 240 HFMD. See Hand-foot-and-mouth disease (HFMD) HHT. See Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT) Histamine, 637 Histiocytosis X. See Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) HIV alopecia areata and, 529 herpes zoster and, 99 scabies and, 306 Hives. See Urticaria Hookworms, 285 Hormonal therapy, 72, 74, 75 Hot tub folliculitis, 175 House dust mite avoidance, 42 HPV. See Human papillomavirus (HPV) HSP. See Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP) Human herpesvirus 6 Gianotti-Crosti syndrome and, 121 roseola infantum and, 143 Human papillomavirus (HPV), 107 Human parvovirus B19 infection, Hydration, skin, 39 Hydroa vacciniforme, 727 Hydrocortisone, 22, 40, 49, 345 Hydrocortisone valerate, 21, 22 Hydroxychloroquine, 651, 676, 728 Hydroxyzine hydrochloride, 640 Hylatopic, 25 Hyperandrogenism, 419 Hyperlinearity of palms and soles, 36 Hyperpigmented lesions, 10. See also Acanthosis nigricans; Acquired melanocytic nevi; Café au lait macules; Congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN); Ephelides; Lentigines; Mongolian spots pigmentary mosaicism, tinea versicolor, 277, 278 Hypersensitivity vasculitis, 702 Hypertension, 514 Hypoalbuminemia, 710 Hypofibrinogenemia, 368 Hypogonadism, 419 Hyponatremia, 204 Hypopigmented lesions, 10, 19, 32, 37. See also Albinism; Pityriasis alba; Postinflammatory hypopigmentation; Vitiligo pigmentary mosaicism, tinea versicolor, 277, 278 Hypoproteinemia, 634 Hypotension, 199, 222 Hypothyroidism, 419, 606 From Pediatric Hidradenitis Dermatology, suppurativa, 3rd 178Edition: A Quick Reference Guide,

11 INDEX 741 I Ichthyosis, lamellar, 499 vulgaris, 36, 37, 43, 497, 498 Id reaction, 53, 55 Imidazole for candidal diaper dermatitis, 237 for chronic paronychia, 240 for contact dermatitis, 49 for tinea corporis, 266 for tinea cruris, 271 for tinea pedis, 275 for tinea versicolor, 280 Imiquimod, 106, 111 Immersion burns, 217 Immunofluorescence examination, 95, 101, 195, 205 Immunomodulators, 535, 663 Immunosuppressive therapy, 651 Immunotherapy for alopecia areata, 535 for molluscum contagiosum, 106 topical, 111 Impetigo, 172, , 308 bullous, 48, 94, 181, 182, 217, 300, 456, 486, 492, 508, 570, 572, 583 crusted, 683, 690 Incontinentia pigmenti, 244, 402, 449, 465, 486, , 584 Infantile acne, Infantile acropustulosis, , 599 other conditions mistaken for, 244, 508, 580, 583 Infantile hemangioma, 368, 372, 387 associated conditions, 365 diagnosis, introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 355 other conditions mistaken for, 131 prognosis, 365 resources for families, 366 signs and symptoms, treatment, when to worry or refer for, 366 Infection control in atopic dermatitis, Infectious mononucleosis, 136, 149, 211 Inflammation reduction, 40 Inflammatory lesions, 66, 68 tinea capitis, 255 Inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus, 465 Influenza vaccine, 621 Injected steroids, 535 Insect bites, 123, 178, 308, 493 arthropod, 195, 456, 478, 618 diagnosis, 301 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 295 signs and symptoms, spider, 172 tick, 193, 203 treatment, Insulin, 639 Insulin resistance, 419 Intellectual disability, 514 Interferon alfa, 368 Intertrigo, diaper dermatitis, 570, 573 other conditions mistaken for, 48, 236, 271, 716 Intralesional chemotherapy injections, 111 Intralesional corticosteroids, 363, 535, 676 Intravenous Ig, 494 Irritant contact dermatitis, 45 50, 56, 85, 188, 236, 721 Irritant diaper dermatitis, 45, 46, 48, 49, 569, 571, 683 Isotretinoin, 72 Itraconazole for onychomycosis, 253 for tinea capitis, 260 Ivermectin, 287, 291, 292, 310 Ivory Snow detergent, 39 Ixodes pacificus, 193 Ixodes scapularis, 193 J Jacquet erosive dermatitis, 48, 570, 574 JDM. See Juvenile dermatomyositis (JDM) Junctional epidermolysis bullosa (EB), Juvenile dermatomyositis (JDM), , 672, 727 Juvenile idiopathic arthritis, 672 Juvenile plantar dermatosis, 59 62, 275 Juvenile spring eruption, 726 Juvenile xanthogranuloma, 372, 456, , 594 K Kaposiform hemangioendothelioma, 362, 367, 368 Karyotype analysis, 450 From Pediatric Dermatology, Infliximab, 621, 3rd 710 Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, Kasabach-Merritt phenomenon, 362, 365,

12 742 INDEX Kawasaki disease, other conditions mistaken for, 136, 211, 217, 224, 614, 623, 627, 633 Keratosis pilaris, 36, 43, 49, 69, 79, 316, 319, 523 Keri lotion, 25 Kerions, 255, 257, 260 Ketoconazole, 80, 266, 271, 275, 280, 345 Klippel-Trénaunay syndrome, 353, 389 Knuckle pads, 110 Koebner phenomenon, 317, 481 Koplik spots, 134, 248 Krazy Glue, 61 Kwashiorkor, L Lac-Hydrin, 43 LAMB syndrome, 439 Lamellar ichthyosis, 499, 500 Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH), 48, 236, 308, 344, diagnosis, 717 diaper dermatitis and, 575, 577 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 713 prognosis, 717 resources for families, 718 signs and symptoms, treatment, 717 when to worry or refer, 718 Lanolin, 51 Laser ablation, 466 LCH. See Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) Learning disabilities, 514 Lentigines, 426, 430, 434, 438, LEOPARD syndrome, 439 Lesions arrangement of, 8, 8 10 atopic dermatitis, 31, atypical hand-foot-and-mouth disease, 127 color of, 10, 19 depressed, 5 distribution of, 8 elevated, 1 flat, 1 fluid-filled, 5 lichen planus, 317 molluscum contagiosum, 105 secondary changes in, 11 types of primary, 1, 2 7, 5 Letterer-Siwe disease. See Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) Leukemia and herpes zoster, 99 Levocetirizine, 640 Lice, head, Lichenification, 11, 33, 34, 36, 420 Lichen nitidus, 110, , 319, 323 Lichenoid drug eruption, 123 Lichen planus (LP), 110, 123, 252, 316, , 323, 328, 338, 721 Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus (LSA), 188, 660, Lichen spinulosus, 316 Lichen striatus, 319, , 402, 465, 660 Licorice, 617 Lidocaine, 96 Lindane shampoo, 291 Linear arrangement of lesions, 8 Linear atrophoderma of Moulin, 660 Linear epidermal nevus, 323 Linear IgA dermatosis, 478, 487, Linear scleroderma, 655, Lip-licking dermatitis, 232 Lipoatrophy, 648 Liquid nitrogen, 27 Liquor carbonis detergens, 339 Lisch nodules, 512, 513 Lithium, 545 Livedo reticularis, 117, 350, 353 Liver function, 121, 605 Local adverse effects of topical corticosteroids, 24 Localized scleroderma. See Morphea Löffler syndrome, 285 Loose anagen syndrome, 534, , 547 Loratadine, 640 Lotions for atopic dermatitis, 39 moisturizers, 25. See also Moisturizers topical corticosteroids, 23. See also Topical corticosteroids Lotrimin AF, 253, 271, 275 LP. See Lichen planus (LP) LSA. See Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus (LSA) Lubriderm, 25, 39 LUMBAR syndrome. See PELVIS syndrome Lumbosacral hemangiomas, 360 Lyme disease, , 299 Lymphadenopathy, 122 Lymphatic malformation. See Vascular malformations Lymphedema, 381 Lymphocyte toxicity assays, 605 Lymphoma, cutaneous, 605 Lymphomatoid papulosis, 300 From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, Lever 2000, 41

13 INDEX 743 M Macrocephaly, 514 Macrocystic lymphatic malformation, 381 Macules, 1, 2 café au lait, 426, , 434, 438, 440, 456, 515 Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP), 699, 701 neurofibromatosis (NF), 511, 512 roseola infantum, 143, 144 tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC), 519, 520 Maffucci syndrome, 390 Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), 387, 516, 524, 525, 650 Majocchi granuloma, 263, 265 Malar erythema, 665 Malassezia, 277, 341 Malathion, 291 Mammalian target of rapamycin (mtor) inhibitors, 524 McCune-Albright syndrome, 431, 449, 515 Measles, , 149, 204, 248 Mediterranean spotted fever, 299 Melanocytic nevus, 473 Melanoma, 28 Meningitis, 196 Meningococcemia, 136, 141, , 204 Menthol, 101, 301, 333, 615 Metabolic disorders, 48 Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), 175, 177, 179, 184, 218 Methotrexate, 329, 339, 651, 676 Metronidazole, 86 Micatin, 276 Miconazole, 266, 271, 275 Microcystic lymphatic malformation, 381 Microsporum audouinii, 255 Microsporum canis, 14, 19 tinea capitis and, 255 tinea corporis and, 263 Milia, 79, 105, 461 Miliaria, , 599 crystallina, 508, 583, 589, 590 pustulosa, 589, 590 rubra, 69, 79, 244, 589, 590, 614 Mineral oil preparation for scabies, 17, 18, 284 Minocycline, 71, 72, 86 hyperpigmentation, 444 Minoxidil, 535 Mites, 298 Mixed subtype morphea, 658 From Pediatric Dermatology, Moisturel, 25, 3rd 39 Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, Moisturizers adverse effects, 26 frequency of application, 26 selecting, uses, 25 Molluscum contagiosum, other conditions mistaken for, 69, 110, 316, 387, 523 Molluscum dermatitis, 103, 104 Mometasone furoate, 21, 40 Mongolian spots, Morphea, diagnosis, 662 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 653 prognosis, resources for families, 664 signs and symptoms, treatment, when to worry or refer, 664 Mosquitoes, 295, 296, 302 MRI. See Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) MRSA. See Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) mtor inhibitors. See Mammalian target of rapamycin (mtor) inhibitors Mucous patch, 232 Multiple hemangiomas, 359, 361 Mupirocin for acute paronychia, 165 for folliculitis, 179 for impetigo, 184 Mycophenolate mofetil, 494, 663, 677 Mycoplasma pneumoniae, 625, 695 Myocarditis, 666 N Naftifine, 266, 271, 275 Nagayama spots, 143 Nails alopecia areata and, 532, 533 onychomycosis, 14, 240, NAME syndrome, 439 Neisseria meningitidis, 199 Neonatal acne, 77 81, 244, 583 Neonatal cephalic pustulosis, 77, 80 Neonatal/congenital candidiasis, Neonatal herpes simplex virus, 244, 508, 583 Neonatal lupus erythematosus (NLE), 344, 670, 671, 673. See also Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis, 662 Neuralgia, postherpetic, 99

14 744 INDEX Neurofibromatosis (NF), 431, Neutropenia, 634 Nevus anemicus, 522 Nevus araneus, 375 Nevus of Ito, 444 Nevus of Ota, 444 Nevus sebaceus, 456, NF. See Neurofibromatosis (NF) NF2. See Bilateral acoustic neuroma syndrome (NF2) NICH. See Non-involuting congenital hemangioma (NICH) Nickel, 51, 53, 54 Nikolsky sign, 631 Nitrogen, liquid, 27 NLE. See Neonatal lupus erythematosus (NLE) Nodules, 1, 3 Lisch, 512, 514 scabies, 456 Non-corticosteroid topical calcineurin inhibitors, 41 Non-involuting congenital hemangioma (NICH), 357, 359 Non-soap cleansers, 39 Nonspecific viral exanthem, 117 Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents, 617, 624, 625, 631, 639 Nummular eczema, 48, 266, 333, 468 Nutritional disorders, 48 Nystatin, 49, 237, 240, 245, 248 O Obstructive lesions, 66 Ocular erosions, 634 Ointments for atopic dermatitis, 39 moisturizers, 25. See also Moisturizers topical corticosteroids, 23. See also Topical corticosteroids Onychomycosis, 14, 240, , 276 Open comedones, 66, 67 Opiates, 639 Oral analgesics, 96 Oral corticosteroids, 363 for juvenile dermatomyositis, 651 Oral propranolol, 364 Ovarian teratomas, 459 P Pachyonychia congenita, 252 Pain management hand-foot-and-mouth disease, 130 From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide,, ;Mancini, infantile Anthony hemangioma, J.;Krowchuk, 363 Daniel P. Pansclerotic morphea, 658 Papular atopic dermatitis, 123, 316 Papular eczema, 153 Papular-purpuric gloves-and-socks syndrome (PPGSS), 136, Papular urticaria, 300, 301, 308, 639. See also Insect bites Papules, 1, 3, 36 Gianotti-Crosti syndrome, 121, 122 lichen planus, 317, 318 measles, molluscum contagiosum, neonatal acne, 77, 79 periorificial dermatitis, 85 roseola infantum, 143, 144 unilateral laterothoracic exanthem (ULE), 151, 152 Parasites, 639 Parenteral antiviral therapy, 96 Paronychia acute, 163, 168, 240 chronic, Parvovirus, 121, 139, 211 Patches, 1, 35 tinea cruris, 269, 270 Pediculicides, Pediculus humanus capitis, 289 PELVIS syndrome, 360, 362 Penicillin for blistering dactylitis, 168 for exanthematous and urticarial drug reactions, 611 for Lyme disease, 196 for meningococcemia, 201 for perianal bacterial dermatitis, 189 for scarlet fever, 212 for serum sickness like reaction, 621, 624 for urticaria, 639 Pentoxifylline, 710 Perianal bacterial dermatitis, 48, Pericarditis, 666 Periorificial dermatitis, 69, 83 86, 344, 523 Periungual fibromas, 521 Periungual warts, 108 Perlèche, Permethrin, 291, 309 Persistent cutis marmorata, 353 Petrolatum, 25, 49 Peutz-Jeghers syndrome, 439, 440 PHACES syndrome, 357, 360, 362, 364 Phakomatosis pigmentovascularis, 388

15 INDEX 745 Phenol, 333 Phenylephrine, 617 Photochemotherapy, 339, 415 Photodynamic therapy, 466 Photoprotective clothing, 728 Photosensitivity, 645 Phototherapy, 663 Phytophotodermatitis, 287 Piebaldism, 397, 402, 410, 414, 522 Piedra, 290 Pigmentary mosaicism hyperpigmented, hypopigmented, Pigmentary mosaicism nevus depigmentosus type, 522 Pigmented purpura, 378 Pilomatricoma, 461 Pimecrolimus, 41, 415, 457, 535, 663, 676 Pinworm, 188 Pitted keratolysis, 275 Pityriasis alba, other conditions mistaken for, 36, 37, 43, 279, 410, 414, 522 Pityriasis lichenoides, 300, , 333, 478 diagnosis, 329 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 325 prognosis, 329 resources for families, 330 signs and symptoms, Pityriasis lichenoides chronica (PLC), Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta (PLEVA), Pityriasis rosea, 153, 266, 279, 328, , 338 Pityriasis rubra pilaris, 59 Pityrosporum, 175 Pityrosporum folliculitis, 69 Plantar warts, 107 Plant dermatitis, 51 Plaques, 1, 4 cutaneous larva migrans, 285, 286 Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP), 699 thrush, 247 PLC. See Pityriasis lichenoides chronica (PLC) Pleuritis, 666 PLEVA. See Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta (PLEVA) PMLE. See Polymorphous light eruption (PMLE) Pneumonia, 157 From Pediatric Dermatology, Poison ivy, 51, 3rd 55 Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, Poison oak, 51 Poison sumac, 51 Polycystic ovarian syndrome, 66, 419 Polymerase chain reaction, 95, 101, 149, 158 Polymorphous light eruption (PMLE), 672, diagnosis, 728 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 725 prognosis, 728 resources for families, 729 signs and symptoms, treatment, 728 when to worry or refer, 729 Port-wine stain, 2, 350, 351, 353, 362, 381, 382, 383, 389, 660. See also Vascular malformations Postherpetic neuralgia, 99 Postinfectious myopathy/myositis, 650 Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation, 420, 430 Postinflammatory hypopigmentation, Postinflammatory pigmentary alteration, 10 Potassium dichromate, 51, 53 Potassium hydroxide (KOH) preparation, 13 14, fungal and yeast infections diagnoses using, 232, 236, 240, 245, 248, 253, 259, 266, 267, 271, 275, 279, 280 Potassium iodide, 697 Potency of topical corticosteroids, 21, PPGSS. See Papular-purpuric gloves-and-socks syndrome (PPGSS) Prednicarbate, 22 Prednisone, 57, 677, 717 Prescribing topical corticosteroids, Primary lesions, 1, 2 7, 5 Progeria, 662 Prognosis acanthosis nigricans, 421 acne vulgaris, 75 acquired melanocytic nevi, 427 acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE), 685, 686 acute paronychia, 165 albinism, 398 allergic contact dermatitis, 57 alopecia areata, 536 angular cheilitis, 233 aplasia cutis congenita, 567 atopic dermatitis, 43

16 746 INDEX Prognosis (continued) blistering dactylitis, 169 café au lait macules, 432 candidal diaper dermatitis, 237 childhood dermatitis herpetiformis, 480 chronic paronychia, 241 congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN), 436 cutaneous larva migrans, 288 cutaneous mastocytosis, 458 cutis marmorata, 350 cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita (CMTC), 354 dermoid cysts, 461 drug hypersensitivity syndrome, 606 ecthyma, 173 eosinophilic pustular folliculitis, 580 ephelides, 438 epidermal nevi, 466 epidermolysis bullosa (EB), 488 erythema infectiosum/human parvovirus B19 infection, 118 erythema multiforme, 610 erythema nodosum, 697 erythema toxicum, 584 exanthematous and urticarial drug reactions, 615 fixed drug eruption, 619 folliculitis, 180 Gianotti-Crosti syndrome, 124 granuloma annulare, 469 hand-foot-and-mouth disease, 132 head lice, 292 Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP), 703 herpes simplex, 96 ichthyosis, 503 impetigo, 184 incontinentia pigmenti, 509 infantile acne, 80 infantile acropustulosis, 586 infantile hemangioma, 365 intertrigo, 588 irritant contact dermatitis, 50 juvenile dermatomyositis, 652 juvenile plantar dermatosis, 62 juvenile xanthogranuloma, 473 Kasabach-Merritt phenomenon, 369 Kawasaki disease, 711 kwashiorkor, 691 Langerhans cell histiocytosis, 717 lentigines, 441 From Pediatric lichen Dermatology, nitidus, 316 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, lichen planus, 319 lichen sclerosus et atrophicus, 723 lichen striatus, 324 linear IgA dermatosis, 494 loose anagen syndrome, 543 Lyme disease, 196 measles, 137 meningococcemia, 202 miliaria, 591 Mongolian spots, 445 morphea, neonatal acne, 80 neonatal/congenital candidiasis, 245 neurofibromatosis (NF), 516 nevus sebaceus, 595 onychomycosis, 253 papular-purpuric gloves-and-socks syndrome (PPGSS), 141 perianal bacterial dermatitis, 189 periorificial dermatitis, 86 pigmentary mosaicism, hyperpigmented, 450 pigmentary mosaicism, hypopigmented, 403 pityriasis alba, 407 pityriasis lichenoides, 329 pityriasis rosea, 334 polymorphous light eruption (PMLE), 728 postinflammatory hypopigmentation, 411 psoriasis, 340 pyogenic granuloma, 373 Rocky Mountain spotted fever, 206 roseola infantum, 145 rubella, 150 scabies, 310 scarlet fever, 212 seborrheic dermatitis, 345 serum sickness like reaction, 624 staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, 218 Stevens-Johnson syndrome, 628 systemic lupus erythematosus, 677 telangiectasias, 379 telogen effluvium, 548 thrush, 249 tinea capitis, 262 tinea corporis, 267 tinea cruris, 271 tinea pedis, 276 tinea versicolor, 280 toxic epidermal necrolysis, 634 toxic shock syndrome, 225 traction alopecia, 554 transient neonatal pustular melanosis, 599

17 INDEX 747 trichotillomania, 560 tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC), 525 unilateral laterothoracic exanthem (ULE), 153 urticaria, 641 varicella, 159 vascular malformations, 390 vitiligo, 416 Propionibacterium acnes, 65 Propranolol, oral, 364 Proteus syndrome, 389 Protopic, 41 Pruritus, 31 control, 40 prevention, 39 unilateral laterothoracic exanthem (ULE), 151 Pseudoangiomatosis. See Eruptive pseudoangiomatosis Pseudoephedrine, 617 Pseudomonas aeruginosa, 175 Psoriasis, 5, 8, 11 diaper dermatitis and, 575, 576 guttate, 189, 333, 335 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 335 other conditions mistaken for, 38, 59, 164, 188, 236, 252, 266, 290, 308, 319, 323, 344, 549, 673, 683, 690, 721 signs and symptoms, , 339 Pulsed cyclophosphamide, 651 Pulsed-dye laser therapy, 111, 364, 378, 387 Purpura fulminans, 157 Pustules, 5, 6 folliculitis, neonatal acne, 77, 78, 79 Pyogenic granuloma, 131, 362, , 378, 388 Pyrithione zinc, 345 Q Q fever, 299 Quaternium-15, 51 Quinine, 617 R Radiation therapy, 368 Ranitidine, 640 Rapamycin, 524 Rapidly involuting congenital hemangioma, 357 Raynaud phenomenon, 650, 659, 661, 666, 674 Recombinant interferon alfa, 364 Red blood cell transfusions, 368 Red Book: Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases, 96, 137, 158, 196, 201 From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, Renal biopsy, 702 Renal ultrasonography, 524, 525 Repellents, insect, 302 Resources for families acanthosis nigricans, 422 acne vulgaris, 76 acquired melanocytic nevi, 427 acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE), 685, 686 acute paronychia, 165 albinism, 398 alopecia areata, 537 aplasia cutis congenita, 567 atopic dermatitis, 44 Candida, 229 childhood dermatitis herpetiformis, 480 congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN), 436 cutaneous larva migrans, 288 cutaneous mastocytosis, 458 cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita (CMTC), 354 dermoid cysts, 462 diaper dermatitis, 578 ecthyma, 173 epidermal nevi, 466 epidermolysis bullosa (EB), 489 erythema infectiosum/human parvovirus B19 infection, 119 erythema multiforme, 610 erythema nodosum, 697 erythema toxicum, 584 exanthematous and urticarial drug reactions, 616 folliculitis, 180 Gianotti-Crosti syndrome, 124 granuloma annulare, 469 hand-foot-and-mouth disease/herpangina, 132 head lice, 293 Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP), 704 herpes simplex, 97 herpes zoster, 102 ichthyosis, 503 impetigo, 185 incontinentia pigmenti, 510 infantile hemangioma, 366 intertrigo, 588 irritant and allergic contact dermatitis, 57 juvenile dermatomyositis, 652 juvenile xanthogranuloma, 474 Kasabach-Merritt phenomenon, 369 Kawasaki disease, 711

18 748 INDEX Resources for families (continued) kwashiorkor, 691 Langerhans cell histiocytosis, 718 lentigines, 442 lichen planus, 320 lichen sclerosus et atrophicus, 723 lichen striatus, 324 linear IgA dermatosis, 494 Lyme disease, 197 measles, 138 meningococcemia, 202 miliaria, 591 molluscum contagiosum, 106 Mongolian spots, 445 morphea, 664 neonatal/infantile acne, 81 neurofibromatosis (NF), 517 nevus sebaceus, 596 onychomycosis, 254 perianal bacterial dermatitis, 189 periorificial dermatitis, 86 pigmentary mosaicism, hypopigmented, 403 pityriasis alba, 407 pityriasis lichenoides, 330 pityriasis rosea, 334 polymorphous light eruption (PMLE), 729 postinflammatory hypopigmentation, 411 psoriasis, 340 pyogenic granuloma, 373 Rocky Mountain spotted fever, 206 roseola infantum, 145 rubella, scabies, 311 scarlet fever, 213 seborrheic dermatitis, 346 staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, 219 Stevens-Johnson syndrome, 629 systemic lupus erythematosus, 678 telangiectasias, 380 telogen effluvium, 549 tinea capitis, 262 tinea corporis, 267 tinea cruris, 272 tinea pedis, 276 tinea versicolor, 281 toxic epidermal necrolysis, 635 toxic shock syndrome, 226 transient neonatal pustular melanosis, 599 trichotillomania, 560 tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC), 526 From Pediatric urticaria, Dermatology, 641 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, varicella, 159 vascular malformations, 391 vitiligo, 416 warts, 112 Respiratory syncytial virus, 121 Retained food or formula, 248 Retapamulin, 165 for impetigo, 184 Reticulated port-wine stain, 353 Retinoids acne vulgaris and, 70, 70, 71, epidermal nevi, 466 molluscum contagiosum and, 106 for psoriasis, 339 systemic lupus erythematosus and, 676 Rheumatic fever, 212 Rheumatoid nodules, 468 Rickettsialpox, 157 Rickettsia rickettsii, 203 Rituximab, 621, 651, 677 RMSF. See Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF), 136, 141, 200, , 299 Rosacea, 672 Roseola infantum, 136, Rotavirus, 121 Rubella, 121, 136, S Saccharopolyspora spinosa, 291 Salicylates, 697 Salicylic acid, 70, 110, 111, 345 Salmon patch. See Vascular malformations Sarcoidosis, 85, 468 Sarcoptes scabiei, 305 Scabies, infantile acropustulosis and, mineral oil preparation for, 17, 18 nodular, 456 other conditions mistaken for, 38, 244, 287, 344, 478, 508, 583, 716 Scaling, 11, 34 Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH), 714, 715 periorificial dermatitis, 84 psoriasis, , 339 seborrheic dermatitis, 341, Scalp electrode, trauma from, 566 Scarlet fever, 117, , 217, 614, 709 SCLE. See Subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus (SCLE)

19 INDEX 749 Scleroderma, localized. See Morphea Scleroderma/CREST syndrome, 650 Scoliosis, 514 Sebaceous hyperplasia, 79 Seborrheic dermatitis, 8, 569, 572 diagnosis, 344 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 341 other conditions mistaken for, 38, 48, 56, 79, 188, 236, 255, 258, 290, 308, 338, 588, 673, 683, 690, 716 prognosis, 345 resources for families, 346 signs and symptoms, 341, treatment, 345 when to worry or refer for, 346 Secondary changes in lesions, 11 Secondary syphilis, 232, 328, 333 Selection of topical corticosteroids, 22 23, 24 Selenium sulfide, 280, 345 Septic vasculitis, 702 Serologic studies, 95, 149 Serum sickness like reaction, 609, 614, , 627, 639, 709 Sexual abuse, 188, 721 Shingles. See Herpes zoster Shock, 199 Short stature, 514 Signs and symptoms acanthosis nigricans, 419, 420 acne vulgaris, 66, 67, 68 acquired melanocytic nevi, , 426 acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE), 681, acute paronychia, 163 albinism, allergic contact dermatitis, alopecia areata, , 533 angular cheilitis, 231 aplasia cutis congenita, 563, atopic dermatitis, blistering dactylitis, 167 café au lait macules, 429, 430 candidal diaper dermatitis, 235 childhood dermatitis herpetiformis, 477 chronic paronychia, 239 congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN), 433, 434, 435 cutaneous larva migrans, 285, 286 cutaneous mastocytosis, 453, cutis marmorata, 349 cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide,, ;Mancini, Anthony J.;Krowchuk, (CMTC), Daniel 351, P. 352 dermoid cysts, 459, 460 diaper dermatitis, , drug hypersensitivity syndrome, 603, 604 ecthyma, 171 eosinophilic pustular folliculitis, 579 ephelides, 437 epidermal nevi, 463, 464 epidermolysis bullosa (EB), , 485 eruptive pseudoangiomatosis, 130 erythema infectiosum/human parvovirus B19 infection, , 117 erythema multiforme, 607, 608 erythema nodosum, 695, 696 erythema toxicum, exanthematous and urticarial drug reactions, fixed drug eruption, 618 folliculitis, Gianotti-Crosti syndrome, granuloma annulare, 467 hand-foot-and-mouth disease/herpangina, head lice, 289, 290 Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP), , 701 herpangina, 130 herpes simplex, 90, 91, 92, 93 herpes zoster, ichthyosis, , 502 impetigo, 181, 182 incontinentia pigmenti, 505, infantile acne, 78, 79 infantile acropustulosis, 585 infantile hemangioma, , 361 insect bites, intertrigo, 587 irritant contact dermatitis, 46, 46 juvenile dermatomyositis, juvenile plantar dermatosis, 59, juvenile xanthogranuloma, 471, 472 Kasabach-Merritt phenomenon, 367 Kawasaki disease, , kwashiorkor, 687, Langerhans cell histiocytosis, lentigines, 439, 440 lichen nitidus, 315 lichen planus, 317, 318 lichen sclerosus et atrophicus, lichen striatus, 321, 322, 323 linear IgA dermatosis, 491, 492 loose anagen syndrome, 539, 540, 541

20 750 INDEX Signs and symptoms (continued) Lyme disease, measles, 134, 135 meningococcemia, 199, 200 miliaria, 589, 590 molluscum contagiosum, Mongolian spots, 443, 444 morphea, neonatal acne, 77, 78 neonatal/congenital candidiasis, neurofibromatosis (NF), nevus sebaceus, 593, 594 onychomycosis, papular-purpuric gloves-and-socks syndrome (PPGSS), perianal bacterial dermatitis, 187 periorificial dermatitis, 84 pigmentary mosaicism, hyperpigmented, 448, 449 pigmentary mosaicism, hypopigmented, 399, pityriasis alba, 405, 406 pityriasis lichenoides, pityriasis rosea, polymorphous light eruption (PMLE), postinflammatory hypopigmentation, 409 psoriasis, , 339 pyogenic granuloma, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, , 205 rubella, scabies, , 307 scarlet fever, , 209, 210 seborrheic dermatitis, 341, serum sickness like reaction, 621, staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, 215, 216 Stevens-Johnson syndrome, 625, systemic lupus erythematosus, , 671, 771 telangiectasias, telogen effluvium, 546, 547 thrush, 247 tinea capitis, 255, tinea corporis, 263, tinea cruris, 269, 270 tinea pedis, 273, 274 tinea versicolor, 277, 278 toxic epidermal necrolysis, 631, 632 toxic shock syndrome, 221, From Pediatric traction Dermatology, alopecia, 551, 3rd 552Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, transient neonatal pustular melanosis, 597, 598 trichotillomania, , 558 tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC), , 521 unilateral laterothoracic exanthem (ULE), 151, 152 urticaria, 637, 638 varicella, vascular malformations, vitiligo, 413, 414 warts, , 109 Sildenafil, 617 Silver-Russell syndrome, 431, 515 Simple exanthematous drug eruption, 605 Sirolimus, 524 SJS. See Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) Slapped-cheek appearance, SLE. See Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) Smallpox, 157 Soft tissue malignancy, 362, 368, 468 Solar urticaria, 727 Solid lesions, 1 Solitary mastocytoma, 454, 473 Spider angioma, 372, 375, 378 Spider bite, 172 Spinosad, 291 Spironolactone, 72, 74 Spitz nevus, 372, 378, 473 SSSS. See Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome (SSSS) Staphylococcal folliculitis, 244, 583, 591, 599 Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome (SSSS), 211, , 224, 627, 633 Staphylococcal scarlet fever, 211, 217, 224 Staphylococcus aureus, 31, 40 acute paronychia and, 163, 164 blistering dactylitis and, 167, 168 controlling the colonization of, 41 ecthyma and, 171, 173 folliculitis and, 175 impetigo and, 181 perianal bacterial dermatitis and, 188 scabies and, 305 staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome and, 215 tinea capitis and, 260 toxic shock syndrome and, 221, 225 varicella and, 157, 159 Stellate ulcer, 564 Stem cell transplantation, 614, 652, 661

21 INDEX 751 Steroid acne, 69 Steroids, 329, 535, 634, 640, 651 Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS), other conditions mistaken for, 97, 217, 224, 493, 603, 609, 633, 709 Streptococcal scarlet fever, 217, 224 Streptococcus pneumoniae, 200, 204 Streptococcus pyogenes, 157, 159, 207, 209, 588 erythema nodosum and, 695 psoriasis and, 335, 340 scabies and, 305 toxic shock syndrome and, 221 urticaria and, 639 Strongyloides stercoralis, 287 Sturge-Weber syndrome, 388 Subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus (SCLE), 666, 669, 673. See also Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) Sulfacetamide, 86 Sulfapyridine, 479, 494 Sulfonamides, 617, 621, 625, 631 Sun allergy. See Polymorphous light eruption (PMLE) Sunglasses, 28 Sun poisoning. See Polymorphous light eruption (PMLE) Sun protection, 28, 43 Super Glue, 61 Surgical excision cutaneous mastocytosis, 457 epidermal nevi, 466 infantile hemangioma, 365 molluscum contagiosum, 105 warts, 111 Syphilis, 149, 333 secondary, 232, 328, 333 Systemic adverse effects of topical corticosteroids, 24 Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), 549 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 665 other conditions mistaken for, 727 serologic studies, signs and symptoms, , 671 Systemic-onset juvenile idiopathic arthritis, 709 Systemic sclerosis, 661 T Tacrolimus, 41, 415, 535, 663, 676 Tar, 345 Tartrazine, 617 From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, Tazarotene, 70 Telangiectasias, , 646 Telogen effluvium, 534, 539, 540, 541, TEN. See Toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) Terbinafine for onychomycosis, 253 for tinea capitis, 260, 261 for tinea corporis, 266 for tinea cruris, 271 for tinea pedis, 275 for tinea versicolor, 280 Testosterone, 722 Tetracyclines, 72, 329, 617, 621 Thalidomide, 676 Therapeutics, See also specific therapy Thermal burn, 94 Thiabendazole, 287 Thrombocytopenia, 149, 204, 367, 710 Thrush, 236, Ticks, 193, 203, 299 Tide Free detergent, 39 Tinactin, 253, 271, 275, 276 Tinea capitis, other conditions mistaken for, 19, 534, 547, 553, 559 Tinea corporis, 8, 10, 11, 14 other conditions mistaken for, 38, 153, 195, 266, 287, 333, 673 Tinea cruris, 14, , 588 Tinea pedis, 14, 59, Tinea unguium, 240 Tinea versicolor, 16, other conditions mistaken for, 405, 410, 414, 522 Wood light examination, 19 Toilet seat dermatitis, 51, 54 Tolnaftate, 266, 271 Topical antibiotics, 365 Topical antimicrobials, 51 Topical calcineurin inhibitors, 415 Topical chemotherapy, 466 Topical corticosteroids adverse effects, 24 for allergic contact dermatitis, 56 for alopecia areata, 535 for angular cheilitis, 233 for atopic dermatitis, 39, 42 cost, 23 dispense amounts, 23 for drug hypersensitivity syndrome, 606 for eosinophilic pustular folliculitis, 580

22 752 INDEX Topical corticosteroids (continued) for erythema multiforme, 609 for exanthematous and urticarial drug reactions, 615 frequency of application, 24 for infantile hemangioma, 363 for insect bites, 302 for intertrigo, 588 for lichen planus, 319 for lichen sclerosus et atrophicus, 722 for morphea, 663 patient age and, 22 for periorificial dermatitis, 86 potency, 21, for seborrheic dermatitis, 345 selecting and prescribing, 22 23, 24 for systemic lupus erythematosus, 676 treatment area and, 22 for unilateral laterothoracic exanthem (ULE), 153 vehicle selection, for vitiligo, 415 Topical glucocorticoids, 339 Topical steroids, 329, 535 Toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN), 609, 627, Toxic shock syndrome (TSS), 211, 217, , 633, 709 Toxoplasmosis, 149 Trachyonychia, 252 Traction alopecia, 258, 534, 547, , 559 Trailing scale, 331 Transfusions, blood, 368, 621 Transient neonatal pustular melanosis, 244, 580, 583, Trauma, 164, 232 birth, 387 from forceps, 566 from scalp electrode, 566 Treatment and associated conditions acanthosis nigricans, 421 acne vulgaris, acquired melanocytic nevi, acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE), acute paronychia, albinism, allergic contact dermatitis, alopecia areata, angular cheilitis, 233 aplasia cutis congenita, 566 From Pediatric asteatotic Dermatology, eczema, 50 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, atopic dermatitis, blistering dactylitis, 168 café au lait macules, 431 candidal diaper dermatitis, 237 childhood dermatitis herpetiformis, chronic paronychia, congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN), 436 cutaneous larva migrans, cutaneous mastocytosis, 457 cutis marmorata, 350 cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita (CMTC), 353 dermoid cysts, 461 drug hypersensitivity syndrome, 606 ecthyma, 173 eosinophilic pustular folliculitis, 580 ephelides, 438 epidermal nevi, 466 epidermolysis bullosa (EB), eruptive pseudoangiomatosis, 130 erythema infectiosum/human parvovirus B19 infection, 118 erythema multiforme, 609 erythema nodosum, 697 erythema toxicum, 584 exanthematous and urticarial drug reactions, 615 fixed drug eruption, 619 folliculitis, 179 Gianotti-Crosti syndrome, 123 granuloma annulare, 468 hand-foot-and-mouth disease/herpangina, 130 head lice, Henoch-Schönlein purpura (HSP), 703 herpes simplex, 96 herpes zoster, 101 ichthyosis, impetigo, 184 incontinentia pigmenti, 509 infantile acne, 80 infantile acropustulosis, 586 infantile hemangioma, insect bites, intertrigo, 588 irritant contact dermatitis, 49 juvenile dermatomyositis, juvenile plantar dermatosis, 61 juvenile xanthogranuloma, 473 Kasabach-Merritt phenomenon, 368

23 INDEX 753 Kawasaki disease, 710 kwashiorkor, 691 Langerhans cell histiocytosis, 717 lentigines, 441 lichen nitidus, 316 lichen planus, 319 lichen striatus, 324 linear IgA dermatosis, 494 loose anagen syndrome, 543 Lyme disease, 196 measles, 137 meningococcemia, 201 miliaria, 591 molluscum contagiosum, Mongolian spots, 445 morphea, neonatal acne, 80 neonatal/congenital candidiasis, 245 neurofibromatosis (NF), 516 nevus sebaceus, 595 onychomycosis, 253 papular-purpuric gloves-and-socks syndrome (PPGSS), 141 perianal bacterial dermatitis, 189 periorificial dermatitis, 86 pigmentary mosaicism, hyperpigmented, 450 pigmentary mosaicism, hypopigmented, 403 pityriasis alba, pityriasis lichenoides, 329 pityriasis rosea, 333 polymorphous light eruption (PMLE), 728 postinflammatory hypopigmentation, 410 psoriasis, pyogenic granuloma, 373 Rocky Mountain spotted fever, 206 roseola infantum, 145 rubella, 150 scabies, scarlet fever, 212 seborrheic dermatitis, 345 serum sickness like reaction, 624 staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, 218 Stevens-Johnson syndrome, 628 systemic lupus erythematosus, telangiectasias, telogen effluvium, 548 thrush, 248 tinea capitis, From Pediatric Dermatology, tinea corporis, 3rd 266 Edition: A Quick Reference Guide, tinea cruris, 271 tinea pedis, tinea versicolor, 280 toxic epidermal necrolysis, 634 toxic shock syndrome, 225 traction alopecia, 553 transient neonatal pustular melanosis, 599 trichotillomania, tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC), unilateral laterothoracic exanthem (ULE), 153 urticaria, 640 varicella, 158 vascular malformations, vitiligo, 415 warts, Tretinoin, 70, 80 Triamcinolone acetonide, 21, 40, 61, 345 Trichophyton mentagrophytes, 251, 263, 269, 273 Trichophyton rubrum, 251, 263, 273 Trichophyton tonsurans, 14, 15 tinea capitis and, 255, 259 tinea corporis and, 263 Wood light examination, 19 Trichotillomania, other conditions mistaken for, 258, 534, 542, 547, 553 Triclosan, 178, 179 Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, 164, 168 TSC. See Tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) TSS. See Toxic shock syndrome (TSS) Tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC), Tufted angioma, 367, 368 Tularemia, 299 Tumor necrosis factor a-antagonists, 651 Tzanck smear, 95, 101, 158, 584 U Ulcers, 5, 7 hand-foot-and-mouth disease, 126, 126 infantile hemangioma and, 365 lichen planus, 319 stellate, 564 ULE. See Unilateral laterothoracic exanthem (ULE) Ultraviolet therapy, 329, 339, 728 Uncinaria stenocephala, 285 Unilateral laterothoracic exanthem (ULE), Unilateral nevoid telangiectasia, 376, 378 Urinary retention, 634

24 754 INDEX Urticaria, 4, 10, See also Insect bites other conditions mistaken for, 117, 195, 300, 301, 308, 618, 623, 627, 702 papular, 300, 301, 308, 639 pigmentosa, 455, 456 solar, 727 Urticarial drug eruption, Urticarial vasculitis, 639 Urushiol, 51 V Valacyclovir, 96 Valproic acid, 545 Valvular disease, 666 Vancomycin, 225 Vanicream, 25 Vaporizers, 39 Varicella, 89, 99, 131, , 183, 328 Variola, 157 Vascular malformations introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 381 prognosis, 391 resources for families, 391 signs and symptoms, treatment, when to worry or refer for, 391 Vasculitis, 172. See also Kawasaki disease hypersensitivity, 702 other conditions mistaken for, 696 septic, 702 urticarial, 639 Vaseline petroleum jelly, 25, 39 Venous malformation. See Vascular malformations Verruca vulgaris, 465. See also Warts Vesicles, 5, 6, 11, 55 hand-foot-and-mouth disease, 127, 127 herpes simplex, 90, 91, 92, 93 herpes zoster, 99 incontinentia pigmenti, 505, varicella, 155, 156 Vinblastine, 717 Vincristine, 364, 368 Viral exanthem, 178, 308, 605, 614, 709 Vitamin A, 137 Vitiligo, other conditions mistaken for, 10, 279, 397, 402, 405, 410, 522, 721 Vulvovaginitis, 189, 721 W Waardenburg syndrome, 397, 414 Warts, 27, 387 anogenital, 107, 109, 112 common, 107, 108 flat, 69, 85, 105, 107, 108, 316 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 107 other conditions mistaken for, 465 periungual, 108 plantar, 107 resources for families, 112 signs and symptoms, , treatment, when to worry or refer, 112 Watson syndrome, 431, 515 Weber-Cockayne epidermolysis bullosa, 481 Wet-wrap therapy, 42 Wheals, 1, 4 urticaria, Whiteheads, 66 Wickham striae, 110 Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome, 149 Wood light examination, 19, 259, 415 Wound care, infantile hemangioma, 363, 365 X Xerosis, 36 X-linked recessive ichthyosis, 497, 498 Y Yersinia enterocolitica, 695 Z Zeasorb AF, 253, 271, 275, 276 Zinc deficiency, 48 Zinc oxide ointment, 49, 722 Zinc supplementation, From Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition: A Quick Reference Guide,

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