Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Menu

Neonatal Rashes

Neonatal Rashes - Symptoms

Seborrheic Dermatitis:

It causes the skin to be red, greasy, flaky, and itchy. It commonly affects areas of the skin rich in oil glands, such as the scalp, eyebrows, ears, back of the neck and diaper area. On the scalp, it appears as whitish, oily skin flakes, often referred to as “cradle cap”. In more severe cases, the scalp can have dense, thick, adherent yellow scales and crust.

Neonatal Acne:

Neonatal acne occurs on the face, especially the cheeks and forehead but can also be seen on the scalp, upper chest and back. Small red bumps, sometimes with pus are usually seen. Sometimes there are black heads and white heads

Diaper Dermatitis:

The skin in the diaper area becomes red. If severe, erosions may develop. If caused by irritation from stools and urine, usually the convex surfaces of the diaper area are affected. If caused by tight-fitting diapers, the folds are usually affected. If there is secondary fungal infection, “satellite” lesions and small pustules are seen. If there is secondary bacterial infection, the skin can become oozy and crusty.

Neonatal Rashes - Causes and Risk Factors

Neonatal Rashes - Diagnosis

Neonatal Rashes - Preparing for surgery

Neonatal Rashes - Post-surgery care

Neonatal Rashes - Other Information

  • Updated on 2020-10-04T16:00:00Z
The information provided is not intended as medical advice. Terms of use. Information provided by SingHealth