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Friday, March 4, 2011



 
Preauricular adenopathy may be a component of "occuloglandular fevers" resulting from adenoviral conjunctivitis, sarcoidosis,tularemia,cat-scratch disease, and other processes.
Posterior auricular or posterior cervical adenopathy frequently reflects infections of the scalp but may also be prominent in systemic processes, such as rubella or toxoplasmosis.
 
 
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Saturday, December 13, 2008

Sunday, November 9, 2008

scalp hemangioma


although seen occasionally in newborns, its a matter of concern when some of them ulcerate, bleed or grow in size, sometimes called as malformations.. when grow in size they are better called as tumors that may need excision on priority.

scalp is an uncommon siet for hemangiomas. strawberry hemangiomas like this are usually at multiple sites. canvernous hemangiomas usally have colour matching with surrounding tissue, but swelling and spongy feeling is obvious.


strawberry hemangiomas http://www.thebeautytips.com/beauty/skin-disorders/strawberry-hemangioma.htm


Giant cavernous hemangioma of the scalp http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10194850

Cherry hemangioma in the scalp http://www.anaisdedermatologia.org.br/artigo_en.php?artigo_id=108

Huge, alarming congenital hemangioma of the scalp presenting as heart failure and Kasabach-Merritt syndrome: a case report.  Eur J Pediatr. 2007 Jun;166(6):619-20. Epub 2006 Aug 26

Kasabach-Merritt syndrome (KMS) growing hemangioma with consumptive thrombocytopenia http://www.emedicine.com/MED/topic1221.htm

PHACE syndrome (Posterior fossa malformations, Hemangiomas, Arterial anomalies, Coarctation of the aorta and other cardiac defects, and Eye abnormalities)

Sturger Weber syndrome and facial hemangioma

one may read more at http://www.craniofacialcenter.com/book/hemifacial/hemifacial3.htm

http://www.emedicine.com/plastic/TOPIC469.HTM

Patterns of Infantile Hemangiomas: New Clues to Hemangioma Pathogenesis and Embryonic Facial DevelopmentAnita N. Haggstrom, MDaEdward J. Lammer, MDbRichard A. Schneider, PhDc,Ralph Marcucio, PhDd and Ilona J. Frieden, MDhttp://pediatrics.aappublications.org/cgi/content/full/117/3/698


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Sunday, June 17, 2007

IUGR and fetal malnutrition

Newborn babies with IUGR often appear thin, pale, and have loose, dry skin. The umbilical cord is often thin and dull-looking rather than shiny and fat. Babies with IUGR sometimes have a wide-eyed look. Some babies do not have this malnourished appearance but are small all-over.1

In FM, the subcutaneous tissues and underlying muscles are diminished and the skin of arms, legs, elbows, knees and interscapular regions is very loose. In severe FM, the neonate may look “emaciated” or “marasmic” as the skin appears “several sizes” too large for the baby.2

such horizontal peeling skin lines are very often seen in IUGR babies and that reflects the growth failure especially in the third trimester.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

rheumatic nodules


rheumatic nodules: one of the rare manifestations of rheumatic fever a major sign of acute rheumatic fever. the swelling on forearm and back are easy to make out. this was a 10 yr old boy with mitral regurgitation with acute rheumatic fever. for our surprise this child also had chorea , carditis joint pains and rheumatic nodules. may be we were not that expert to pick up the transient erythema marginatum.



rheumatic nodules can come in crops, various sizes rounded subcutaneus bulges on extensor aspects of body. This patient had them even on scalp and forehead. Although they range from sizes 1 cm to 10 cm in diameter; even they may be just solitary, however this patient had more than 50 nodules.



These theumatic nodules disappeared in 10-15 days after treatment along with settling of clinical features.

rheumatic nodules









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scabies lesions on trunk, in chronic dermatitis form


scabies lesions on trunk, in chronic dermatitis form
refer last post for more scabies lesions




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