Atlas of the newborn. / Vol. 4, Dermatology and perinatal by Arnold J. Rudolph M.D., Arnold J. Rudolph MD

By Arnold J. Rudolph M.D., Arnold J. Rudolph MD

This can be a part of a awesome 5-volume set representing the existence paintings of the main meticulous photographic archivist in neonatology. Over the process forty years, Dr. Rudolph gathered photos of almost each illness, disease, and situation affecting the child. jointly they act as a uniquely strong diagnostic instrument.

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It is quite rare. 93. Congenital skin defect of the thigh in an infant. It is not known whether this type of disruption results from an intrinsic abnormality of the skin itself or whether aberrant bands of amniotic tissue adhere to intact fetal skin. Some cases of scarring of the skin, especially if linear, have been associated with prenatal varicella infections. 94. Congenital alopecia is usually an autosomal recessive disorder but may be an isolated event. Hair development begins at about week 14 of gestation, and from gestational week 20 until birth the body is covered with fine lanugo hair.

Straight eyelashes emerge from the lid margin at a steep angle and extend straight downward rather than exhibiting the gentle upward curve. Such eyelashes are seen in children with severe neuromuscular disease and may be caused by lack of normal muscle tone in the levator palpebri superioris muscle. 99. This infant’s triangular nails fit into the category of tapered nails that become progressively narrower and more hyperconvex as they grow distally. , hypoplastic nail, narrow hyperconvex nail, short broad nail).

64. An example of an abnormal skin dimple in an infant with camptomelic dysplasia. Note the extreme prenatal distortion of the bones with the development of the aberrant skin dimples over the abnormal bony prominences. The most common site for this type of abnormal skin dimple is over the apex of a severe curvature of the tibia in cases of fibular hypoplasia, but other areas can be similarly affected. 65. This infant with exstrophy of the cloaca sequence had a dysplastic, markedly hypoplastic right tibia with deformity of the right foot.

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