Dermatology is one of the main branches in pediatrics, and one of the major reasons for referral to your general pediatrician.

I hope this chapter will help you in many of these core medical conditions is pediatrics.   

Chapters of pediatric dermatology

Carotenemia – the orange baby

Phytophotodermatitis – a phototoxic skin reaction

Guttate Psoriasis in Children

Angular cheilitis in children

Everything you need to know about insect bites near the eyes in children – what to do and what not to miss


Herpetic skin infection (herpes gladiatorum)

A Skin Lesion in Infants –Nevus Flammeus Simplex

Nevus sebaceous

A black pigmentation of the nail – Melanonychia

Chickenpox (Varicella)

Dry skin and rash around the mouth

Diaper rash or diaper dermatitis?

Café Au Lait Spots

Herpes labialis (cold sore or fever blister)

Brown recluse spider bites in children and adults

Everything you need to know about moles (beauty marks) in children

Atopic dermatitis in children

Hair tourniquet in babies

Uncombable hair syndrome

Bites in children (mostly mosquitos some insects and a few bees)

Jellyfish stings in children and adults

Recurrent skin infections

Herpetic infection after circumcision with direct suction

Pediatric hemangioma

The use of sunscreen in children – what, how and why?

Bacterial skin infections

Mongolian blue spots

Freckles and lentigo

Scarlet fever (Scarlatina)

Everything you need to know about recurrent aphthous stomatitis (canker sores) in children (and adults)

Cutis marmorata

Baby’s nails

Baby’s acne

Everything you need to know about sun fungus (pityriasis versicolor) in children and adults

Molluscum contagiosum (viral warts)

Seborrhea in infants and children

How many nipples does a child have?