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Case Number : Case 1628 - 21 September Posted By: Guest

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1 day old baby boy with linear vesiculopustules at birth.

Case Posted by Dr Hafeez Diwan


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Admin_Dermpath

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Here is Dr Hafeez Diwan's latest Spot Diagnosis Case of the Day, when you figured this interesting case out take a look at the 'Video Case of the Week' which has just been updated.

 

Cheers, Geoff Cross

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Raul Perret

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Agree with Nitin IP. Dr. Diwan did you see any diskeratocytes?

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Arti Bakshi

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Agree, striking eosinophilic spongiosis!...great example.

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Guest Michelle Liang

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Agree with Incontinentia pigmenti (vesicular stage)

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vincenzo polizzi

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Ok. It's a clinically linear pattern. I am not an expert pediatric pathologist. I have a question: why not an erythema toxic neonatorum? I think because of the clinical features...or am I wrong?

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Dr. Mona Abdel-Halim

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IP, vesicular stage
Yes Vincenzo, erythema toxicum is not linear. Clinicopath correlation is mandatory in pediatric dermatopathology :-)

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Dr. Hafeez Diwan

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Incotinentia pigmenti. There are dykeratotic cells (I attempted to photograph them in the bottom two images).

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