A practical review of dermoscopy for pediatric dermatology part II: Vascular tumors, infections, and inflammatory dermatoses

Nicola E Natsis, Samantha C Gordon, Anshika Kaushik, Elizabeth V Seiverling
Pediatric Dermatology 2020 August 4
In addition to the evaluation of melanocytic growths (Part I), dermoscopy is helpful in the identification and management of vascular tumors, skin infections, and inflammatory conditions. In this practical review, we present the classic dermoscopic findings of the following: vascular tumors, infectious conditions (molluscum contagiosum, scabies, verruca vulgaris), inflammatory conditions (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis), juvenile xanthogranuloma, and nevus sebaceus.

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