Sprinkled water drops on the skin in newborns: congenital miliaria crystallina


A 4190 g male infant was born at 39 weeks’ gestation to a 29-year-old mother by spontaneous vaginal delivery. Apgar scores were 7 at 1 min and 8 at 5 min. Baby’s skin was covered with small superficial vesicles containing clear fluid that were noticed immediately after birth. The lesions were present predominantly over the upper chest, neck and face (figure 1). The underlying skin was normal in appearance, without any evidence of erythema or induration. The rest of his exam, …

Cells, Vol. 9, Pages 1893: Human Neural Stem Cell Systems to Explore Pathogen-Related Neurodevelopmental and Neurodegenerative Disorders

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