Pediatric Annals

Editorial 

Skin-deep Cases

Stanford T. Shulman, MD

Abstract

Back by reader demand, this issue of Pediatric Annals includes a number of challenging cases and examples of interesting and important conditions with dermatologic manifestations. Were I to discuss individual cases, I would take away from readers the opportunity to try to guess the correct diagnosis. Nevertheless, I venture to say that every primary care physician has had at least one patient with one of these diagnoses present to the office or clinic.

Abstract

Back by reader demand, this issue of Pediatric Annals includes a number of challenging cases and examples of interesting and important conditions with dermatologic manifestations. Were I to discuss individual cases, I would take away from readers the opportunity to try to guess the correct diagnosis. Nevertheless, I venture to say that every primary care physician has had at least one patient with one of these diagnoses present to the office or clinic.

Back by reader demand, this issue of Pediatric Annals includes a number of challenging cases and examples of interesting and important conditions with dermatologic manifestations. Were I to discuss individual cases, I would take away from readers the opportunity to try to guess the correct diagnosis. Nevertheless, I venture to say that every primary care physician has had at least one patient with one of these diagnoses present to the office or clinic.

10.3928/00904481-20080201-02

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