Neonatal and Pediatric Dermatology

The neonatal phase is the first four weeks of life it is an adaptation period in which a wide range of skin abnormalities can emerge ranging from temporary lesions caused by physiological responses to transitory illnesses and certain signs of serious pathologies the bulk of these features such as lanugo erythema of the skin and vernix caseosa are common in newborn skin some of our understanding of the anatomical and physiological characteristics of neonatal skin has evolved through time dermatologists for children see patients from infancy through adolescence pediatric dermatologists employ cutting-edge therapy methods to treat a wide spectrum of skin diseases in children psoriasis for example manifests differently in children.

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