Cradle cap. (a) Scale over the vertex and frontal regions in a 6‐week‐old infant. (b) Adherent yellow scale in the eyebrows and on the forehead of an ...
Hand foot and mouth disease showing small vesicles with surrounding erythema on the palmar aspect of the fingers.
Tinea faciei in a 4‐week‐old baby innoculated from an older sibling with tinea capitis.
Eosinophilic pustulosis showing crops of small itchy pustules on the arm of a male infant.
Pedal papule of infancy showing a soft swelling on the medial aspect of the heel.
Solitary mastocytoma: (a) before rubbing; (b) urticated after rubbing.
An 8‐week‐old infant with a deep infantile haemangioma involving the lateral neck.
Male infant aged 6 weeks with segmental infantile haemangioma associated with complex spinal dysraphism.
Eyelid haemangioma in the line of vision.
Seborrhoeic dermatitis showing macerated erythema in the neck folds of a 3‐month‐old girl, associated with some post‐inflammatory hypopigmentation.
Parakeratosis pustulosa showing erythema of the index finger with associated nail dystrophy.
Impetigo showing multiple crusted lesions on the forehead of a 9‐month‐old.
Multiple eccymotic and purpuric areas on the legs of a 10‐month‐old with acute haemorrhagic oedema in infancy.
A dermoid cyst.
Juvenile xanthogranuloma showing a well‐circumscribed yellowish nodule with an erythematous margin on the upper back of a 6‐month‐old.
Large, mixed infantile haemangioma at (a) 3 months, (b) 16 months and (c) 3 years. A course of oral prednisolone was given at 3 months.
Multifocal cutaneous infantile haemangioma.
Rapidly involuting congenital haemangioma on the leg of a 6‐week‐old male, showing peripheral pallor.
Atopic eczema showing facial involvement in the characteristic ‘balaclava ‘pattern in a 5‐month‐old.
Infantile acropustulosis showing discrete pustules along medial border of the foot of an 11‐month‐old boy.
Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome showing widespread peeling and erosion in a 3‐month‐old.
Clusters of small bullae in the groin of a child with chronic bullous disease of childhood.
Whorls of hyperpigmentation following Blashko's lines.
Langerhans cell histiocytosis. (a) Macerated and eroded erythema in the groin. (b) Crusted papules and erythema on the scalp.
Evolution of facial and neck plaque‐type haemangiomas from day 1 (a, b) to day 10 (c, d).
Lateral view of an infantile haemangioma on the face of a 7‐week‐old infant showing both superficial and deep components (mixed form).
Large segmental ulcerated infantile haemangioma.
Non‐involuting congenital haemangioma in an 11‐year‐old child.
Napkin dermatitis showing erythema and scale in the groin region, with sparing of the skin folds.
Infantile acne showing papules, pustules and comedones in a 6‐month‐old boy.
Perianal dermatitis showing well‐circumscribed erythema and oedema in an 8‐week‐old.
Gianotti–Crosti syndrome. Multiple monomorphic papules over the knees developed 2 weeks after an upper respiratory tract infection in this 1‐year‐old....
A bite mark on the upper limb of a 10‐month‐old (inflicted by his 4‐year‐old brother).
Mastocytosis. (a) Mast cell degranulation causing erythematous papules and crusts on the scalp. (b) Papules and plaques on the back of an infant with ...
A small capillary haemangioma in the proliferative phase on the forehead of a 3‐month old infant.
Female infant aged 4 weeks with facial segmental infantile haemangioma associated with dilatation of the right internal carotid, proximal middle cereb...
Residuum from a nasal tip haemangioma.