This is the second of three online cases for the 2019 PEMPix presentation. It was originally submitted by Emily Hegamyer from the Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children.
This PEMPix Classic case Is a unique rash that definitely did not respond to topical antibiotics, antifungals, or steroids. What could it be?
This PEMPix Classic case features some of the most significant ulcerative lip lesions that you may see. Can you guess the diagnosis?
This edition of PEMPix Classic challenges you to make the diagnosis on a newborn with a bumpy back rash.
Check out this perplexing rash in another edition of PEMPix Classic!
Over the years many amazing cases have been presented during the PEMPix presentation at the American Academy of Pediatrics' annual national Conference and Exhibition during the Section on Emergency Medicine Sessions. PEMPix Classics is a new featured series on PEMBlog that will highlight some of those classic cases.
Name That Rash! Warning, this one is gross. Also, genitals.
Rash Week, petechiae and purpura! What could it be?
Another rash to name - take your best guess. It's Rash Week!