1997
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.133.4.528
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Transient cephalic neonatal pustulosis

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“…However, one study showed that skin colonization of patients with NCP with M. furfur/dermatis or M. japonica was not higher than colonization of healthy newborns (8). Also, other cases of NCP with negative mycological data suggest multifactorial causes for this dermatosis (8,13). Some studies report a correlation between nonlesional skin colonization or lesional culture/smear positivity and the severity of NCP (10,14), while others failed to prove such an association (8).…”
Section: Neonatal Acne (Acne Neonatorum)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, one study showed that skin colonization of patients with NCP with M. furfur/dermatis or M. japonica was not higher than colonization of healthy newborns (8). Also, other cases of NCP with negative mycological data suggest multifactorial causes for this dermatosis (8,13). Some studies report a correlation between nonlesional skin colonization or lesional culture/smear positivity and the severity of NCP (10,14), while others failed to prove such an association (8).…”
Section: Neonatal Acne (Acne Neonatorum)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[26] However, it was not accepted by others due to lack of significant evidence. [27] From the analytical evaluation of all these lines on face, we have provided evidence, which proposes that all the described PDLs on face including PDL-F, G and H actually represent the margins of such patches and they closely conform with the Blaschko's lines on face. Thus, we propose that mosaicism may play a role in the development of PDL also.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 87%
“…It is thought to be due to the development of lipophilic yeasts in predisposed newborns who have increased sebum production. It has been demonstrated that Malassezia species, in particular, have a role in the etiopathogenesis of NCP [10,11]. At birth, Malassezia colonization develops, depending on environmental factors, maternal contact, and the characteristics of newborn skin; it gradually increases within the first months of extrauterine life.…”
Section: Neonatal Cephalic Pustulosismentioning
confidence: 99%