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The pictured infant has a classic case of neonatal acne, which peaks at 2 to 4 weeks of age. The condition results from maternal hormone transmission. It resolves in a few weeks to months, and occasionally is severe enough to require treatment with agents such as tretinoin or benzoyl peroxide. Neonatal herpes infection can occur in 3-day-old infants, but the clinical scenario is of a healthy child; children with neonatal herpes are usually ill. Milia are benign, tiny white bumps on the nose. Seborrheic dermatitis is a 42 Pediatrics weepy rash that can be found on the face or on the scalp (cradle cap); it is not usually found at 3 days of age but rather later in infancy.
Also known as Ritter disease, staphylococcal scalded skin disease is seen most commonly in children less than 5 years of age. The rash is preceded by fever, irritability, erythema, and extraordinary tenderness of the skin. Circumoral erythema; crusting of the eyes, mouth, and nose; and blisters on the skin can develop. Intraoral mucosal surfaces are not affected. Peeling of the epidermis in response to mild shearing forces (Nikolsky sign) leaves the patient susceptible to problems similar to those of a burn injury, including infection and fluid and electrolyte imbalance.
The radiograph demonstrates a dilated, stool-filled colon consistent with retentive encopresis. Treatment involves clearing the fecal mass, maintaining soft stools for a short period of time with mineral oil or stool softeners (3-6 months), and behavioral modification. Most children will grow out of this condition. Time-out would be ineffective, because these children usually have dysfunctional anal sphincters and little control over the problem; they do not know they are soiling their clothes until it is too late.