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Common etiology

1. Vasomotor response 2. Vernix caseosa 3. Mongolian spots 4. Capillary hemangioma 5. Erythema toxicum 6. Milia 7. Pustular melanosis 8. Angiomatous lesions (salmon patch) 9. Neonatal acne

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What is the lesion

1. Vernix caseosa: Soft, creamy, white layer covering baby at birth

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What is the lesion

Mongolian spots

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What is the lesion

1. Capillary hemangioma: raised red lesion, increase in size after birth and involutes. 50% resolved by 5 year, 90% by 9 year

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What is the lesion

1. Erythema toxicum: yellow-white papules, surrounded by erythema, common, resolves by 2 weeks

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What is the lesion

1. Milia: lesion 1-2 mm firm white pearly papules on nasal bridge, cheeks and palate, self resolving

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What is the lesion

1. Pustular melanosis: brown macules w/ pustules

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What is the lesion

1. Angiomatous lesion: transitory macular capillary hemangiomas of eyelids and neck, disappears with ge

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What is the lesion

1. Neonatal acne: inflammatory pustules and papules on face