797 Note: Numbers in italics indicate figures. A ABCDE criteria, 447, 451, 461 Abscess, 5 compared to tinea capitis, 266 Acanthosis nigricans compared to confluent and reticulated papillomatosis (CARP), 791 diagnosis, 445 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 443 other conditions mistaken for, 445 prognosis, 446 resources, 446 signs and symptoms, 443–445, 444 treatment, 445 when to worry or refer, 446 ACC. See Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC) Acetaminophen, 665 Acitretin, 356 Acne, 8 compared to folliculitis/furunculosis/ carbunculosis, 184 compared to tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC), 561 infantile, 79–83 neonatal, 79–83, 253, 625 rosacea, 71, 72 Acne vulgaris compared to periorificial dermatitis, 87 factors that may exacerbate, 68 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 67 multifactorial pathogenesis, 67 other conditions mistaken for, 71 pathophysiology, 67 prognosis, 77 resources, 78 signs and symptoms, 68–71, 69–70 treatment, 72–77 when to worry or refer, 78 Acquired epidermolysis bullosa compared to childhood dermatitis herpetiformis, 519 compared to epidermolysis bullosa (EB), 526 compared to linear IgA dermatosis, 531 Acquired melanocytic nevi compared to ephelides, 464 compared to juvenile xanthogranuloma, 503 compared to lentigines, 466 compared to solitary mastocytoma, 485 diagnosis, 450 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 447 other conditions mistaken for, 450 prognosis, 451 resources, 452 signs and symptoms, 447–450, 448–450 treatment, 451 when to worry or refer, 451 Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans, 715 Acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE), 7 compared to candidal diaper dermatitis, 244 compared to kwashiorkor, 746 diagnosis, 740 diaper dermatitis, 617, 618 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 737 other conditions mistaken for, 739 prognosis, 741 resources, 741 signs and symptoms, 737–739, 738–739 treatment, 740, 740–741 when to worry or refer, 741 Acropustulosis of infancy, 254, 319 Actinic prurigo, 785 Acute febrile mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome. See Kawasaki disease Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis, 685 Acute hemorrhagic edema of infancy, 759 Acute paronychia compared to blistering distal dactylitis, 174 compared to chronic paronychia, 248 diagnosis, 170 introduction/etiology/epidemiology, 169 other conditions mistaken for, 170 prognosis, 171 resources, 171 signs and symptoms, 169–170, 169–170 treatment, 171 when to worry or refer, 171 INDEX ch126-PedDerm_INDEX_797-832.indd 797 8/31/20 11:18 AM
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