Advanced Pediatric Bacterial Infections
patient has a 2 day history of this painful, rapidly evolving, vesiculobullous
eruption on the face, including the periorbital area. He feels unwell, but does
not report a viral prodrome. No other areas of the body are affected. What is
is the most appropriate management course for this patient?
1/2 month old infant presents with fever, rhinorrhea, facial crusting and the
below neck rash. He has had decreased PO
intake and irritability over the past day. Your
of the following treatments would be considered as an effective therapy for the
6-year-old gymnast presents with the following skin rash that developed on her
leg over the past few days. She has had
no cold symptoms or fever and overall feels well. Which of the following is the
MOST LIKELY diagnosis?
of the following would confirm the diagnosis?
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8.The online modules increased your ability to visually recognize skin disease:
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