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Join your peers to contribute at the Pediatrics 2016
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With the amalgamation of peerless speakers of #Pediatrics -2015 OMICS International is privileged to announce its “4th International Conference on #Pediatrics” which will be held during March 29-31, 2016 in Atlanta, USA. We cordially welcome all the eminent researchers, students and delegates to take part in this upcoming #pediatric congress to witness invaluable scientific discussions and contribute to the future innovations in the field of Pediatrics. 

For more details, please go through the following link: http://pediatrics.conferenceseries.com/

If interested you can mail us at pediatrics@omicsgroup.com
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Bullous Impetigo
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Impetigo Contagiosa
Most common skin lesion in children. Common sites on face, trunk, buttocks and extremities. Caused by Staphylococcus aureus. It should be differentiated from Herpes infection, particularly face lesions. Impetigo responds very well to mupirocin and fusidic acid. In wide spread lesions oral antibiotic such as Cephalexin may be needed.
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Incontinentia pigmenti
Incontinentia pigmenti
This 6 months old female child had blisters at 2 months age followed by swirling macular hyper pigmentation over limbs, chest along Blaschko's lines. Skin biopsy confirmed the diagnosis.
X linked dominant inheritance
We have to observe for mental retardation, alopecia, cataracts, visual loss and dental abnormalities, as the child grows.
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Collodion baby
The newborn was born with tight shiny membrane all over the body. We can observe ectropion, O shaped mouth, fissuring at creases due to tight membrane. The membrane was shed gradually with in 21 days. The baby developed Lamellar ichthyosis later.
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Hypomelanosos of ITO
Hypochromic lesions of streaks, whilrs present over lateral region of chest in 4 months baby, noticed since birth. 2D Echo revealed Ventricular septal defect with RVOT obstruction

Associated anomalies to look for are Mental retardation, Seizures, Ocular abnormalities, Chromosomal abnormalities particularly Trisomy 21.
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Capillary Hemangioma
mostly found on Head and neck, very common in infancy , grows rapidly and mostly resolve spontaneously. Treatment is required depending on the site, size, growth and affecting vision or function.
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This 2 months old baby is brought with projectile non bilious vomiting and failure to thrive.. This video shows typical visible gastric peristalsis clinching the diagnosis of Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis.

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Dextrocardia
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Growers sign: The child finds great difficulty in getting up from sitting posture. Progressive weakness noticed by parents for last 2 years. He is not able to run for last 2 years. This sign is clue for the diagnosis of muscular dystrophy.
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