|Color Atlas of Pediatric Dermatology|
Section 8. Allergic, Eczematous, Irritant, and Light-Related Dermatoses
Topics Discussed: dermatitis; immunology.
Sections: Frictional Lichenoid Dermatitis, Pityriasis Alba, Pompholyx (Dyshidrotic Eczema), Lichen Striatus, Allergic Contact Dermatitis (Poison Ivy), Allergic Contact Dermatitis, Nickel Contact Dermatitis, Allergic Contact Dermatitis (Reaction to Temporary Tattoo), Cutaneous Effects of Primary Irritation, Intertrigo, Irritant Diaper Dermatitis, Erosive Diaper Dermatitis (Dermatitis of Jacquet), Granuloma Gluteale Infantum, Pseudoverrucous Papules and Nodules, Keratosis Pilaris, Keratosis Pilaris Rubra Faciei, Xerosis, Naproxen-Induced Pseudoporphyria, Polymorphous Light Eruption, Photoallergic and Phototoxic Dermatitides, Photodermatitis (Berloque Dermatitis), Phytophotodermatitis, Hydroa Vacciniforme, Juvenile Spring Eruption.
Excerpt:"These figures show erythema and fissuring on the weight-bearing surface of the foot. This disorder, which tends to be worse in the winter months, is called juvenile plantar dermatitis. It is much more common in children with atopic dermatitis. Juvenile plantar dermatitis, which has also been called wet-dry foot syndrome, is caused by excessive sweating of the feet in occlusive footwear and rapid drying in a low-humidity environment. The use of emollient ointments is extremely helpful...."
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