Childhood Rashes That Present To The ED Part II: Fungal, G Annulare, Kawasaki Disease, Insect Related, And Molluscum
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Childhood Rashes That Present To The ED Part II: Fungal, G Annulare, Kawasaki Disease, Insect Related, And Molluscum

April 2007

This month's issue of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice is the second in a 2-part review of childhood rashes that present to the emergency department. The first part focused on dermatitis and viral and bacterial infections that affect the skin and emphasized the role the emergency physician plays in diagnosing and directing care for these patients.
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