Rash Week on PEMBlog brings you a case of Erythema Multiforme and Serum Sickness Like Reaction.
Go ahead and name that rash - I dare you!
Pediatric EM Morsels is a fantastic FOAM site run by Sean Fox, from Carolinas Medical Center. I've compiled some of his Derm focused content for your (Rash Week) enjoyment).
I have read the following post from St. Emlyn's Emergency Medicine blog multiple times. It includes a great synopsis of the literature and thoughts on the evaluation of well appearing children with non-blanching rashes.
Welcome to Rash Week! See if you can Name (dramatic pause) That (also another dramatic pause) Rash!
Check out PEMBlog next week for all things rashes. You never know what will pop up!
This episode of PEM Currents focuses on serum sickness especially recognition and differentiation from other, more serious conditions.
Erythema multiform is a scary looking rash - fortunately most kids are reasonably well appearing. Learn more about serum sickness like reaction in this edition of PEMBlog Briefs.
Pyogenic granulomas are rapidly growing vascular lesions that are friable and will often present to the Emergency Department with bleeding that just won't quit. Learn more about them in this edition of PEMBlog Briefs.