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erosions covered by moist honey-colored crusts in the face nares and extremities

impetigo

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organisms that cause impetigo

Staph aureus; Streptococcus

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Tx for Impetigo

Cloxacillin or Cefalexin with or without mupirocin

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physiologic overproduction of sebum in the 1st 6mos of life causes greasy scalp; greasy scales in nasolabial folds or eyebrows

seborrheic dermatitis

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firm dry dark crust with surrounding redness and induration; entire epidermis is involved

ecthyma

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tender warm erythematous plaques with ill-defined borders caused by Strep Staph or H. influenza

cellulitis

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mild rubbing of the skin results in epidermal separation leaving a shiny moist red surface seen in staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome

(+) Nikolsky sign

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Tx for oral thrush in candidiasis

Nystatin 4x/day for 5 days

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diagnostic sign in scabies

S-shaped burrows

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Tx for scabies

Permethrin 5% for 8-14hrs (98% cure rate)

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hemangioma; platelet trapping with consumptive coagulopathy

Kasabach-Merritt syndrome

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Tx for hemangioma

oral steroids 2mg/kg

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Type 1 molluscum contagiosum is located at _________

extremities; head and neck

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Type 2&3 molluscum contagiosum is located at _________

genitals

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white or yellow 1-6mm discrete papules with a central umbilication

molluscum contagiosum (caused by pox virus)

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due to HSV specific host response to HSV antigens expressed on keratinocytes within the target lesion; oval or round; fixed red skin lesions with duske central zone (TARGET or iris lesion); absent systemic symptoms and signs

Erythema Multiforme

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e throat; malaise

Stevens Johnson Syndrome