It is named for Ferdinando Gianotti and Agostino Crosti. Primary infection by human parvovirus B When used in isolation, it has moderate action on plaque psoriasis, but when associated with phototherapy, its action is maximized. Gianotti—Crosti syndrome — Wikipedia Transaminases presented a discreet elevation in four patients. Occasionally, lesions may persist and increase in size, taking the characteristics of plaque psoriasis Pediatric psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Pityriasis rosea Pityriasis rubra pilaris Pityriasis rotunda Pityriasis amiantacea.
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O caso trata de N. It is characterized by symmetrical papular eruption, with an acral distribution face, gluteal region and extremities , with prevalence in children from two to six years old. The authors relate a case: NRBL, female, 8 months, weight 8kg, born vaginally, at term without complications. The lesions began on the face and distributed to the trunk and lower limbs.
Were characterized by papules, with subsequent crusting by scratching. The diagnosis of this dermatitis is clinical. Laboratory tests were ordered to help rule out other causes, detect a viral infection that may have been the triggering factor of dermatitis and further elucidate the final diagnosis. Keywords: acrodermatitis, child, dermatology, pruritus. El caso trata de N. Las lesiones se iniciaron en la cara y se distribuyeron para tronco y miembros inferiores.
Figura 1. Figura 2. Chuh A. Gianotti-Crosti syndrome papular acrodermatitis. UpToDate [Acesso 3 Mar ]. An Bras Dermatol. Rio de Janeiro: Revinter; Pielop, JA. Benign skin and scalp lesions in the newborn and young infant.
Síndrome de Gianotti Crosti: Relato de caso
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Papular acrodermatitis of childhood after Epstein-Barr virus infection