An anxious mother of a 10-year-old boy brings him to the office for evaluation of a new mole that appeared on his back in the last 24 hours. What is causing the rapidly developing pigmented lesion in this patient?
A 15-year-old adolescent female with a history of anxiety disorder, currently being treated with sertraline and counseling for approximately 1 month, presented to the adolescent medicine clinic with sudden onset of galactorrhea.
The parents of a healthy 12-year-old boy bring him for a second opinion. He was diagnosed with pityriasis rosea 6 months ago, and new lesions, which are occasionally a little itchy, keep coming. What is causing these new lesions?
A 17-year-old-male presented to a specialty clinic for follow-up of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), migraine headaches, adjustment disorder with mixed disturbance of emotion and conduct, and mood disorder. At this visit, he reported excessive daytime sleepiness that was interfering with academic tasks and “life.”
A healthy 2-month-old boy presents with a 4-day history of diaper dermatitis unresponsive to barrier creams. The infant has developed “red spots” that started on his cheeks, then spread to his trunk and diaper area. He is a bit fussy but feeding well.
A 2-month-old African American girl who presented to the emergency department with 2 episodes of apnea or gasping respirations associated with feeds is admitted by your general inpatient pediatric service.
You are called to the nursery to evaluate a vigorous, healthy-appearing, small-for-gestational-age, full-term, 2-day-old boy with a blister on the vertex of his scalp that was noted in the delivery room.