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(Epstein pearls)
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  • StatPearls: Epstein Pearls [BOOK]
  • BOOKStatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)
  • Diaz de Ortiz Laura E. LE Lincoln Hospital Mendez Magda D. MD Lincoln Medical Center/Weil Cornell
  • Some transient benign oral mucosal conditions are often observed in newborns. These lesions exhibit a wide range of developmental abnormalities and morphologic variations. The identification and diff…
  • A cross-sectional prospective study of cutaneous lesions in newborn. [Journal Article]
  • IDISRN Dermatol 2014; 2014:360590
  • Haveri FT, Inamadar AC
  • CONCLUSIONS: The physiological and transient skin lesions are common in newborns particularly sebaceous gland hyperplasia, Epstein pearls, Mongolian spots, and erythema toxicum neonatorum. It is important to differentiate them from other more serious skin conditions to avoid unnecessary therapeutic interventions.
  • Dental lamina cysts in a newborn infant. [Case Reports]
  • BCBMJ Case Rep 2012 Oct 09; 2012
  • Singh RK, Kumar R, … Singh K
  • Cystic lesions of transient nature viz. Epstein pearls, Bohn's nodules and dental lamina cysts are frequently found in the oral cavities of newborn infants. These cysts arise from the developing dent…
  • Pearls in autoimmunity. [Review]
  • AIAuto Immun Highlights 2011; 2(1):1-4
  • de Carvalho JF, Pereira RM, Shoenfeld Y
  • This manuscript does a review of the more frequent issues published at Autoimmunity Reviews, Journal of Autoimmunity and Autoimmunity in the period of January-December 2009. The following topics were…
  • Cutaneous lesions in Turkish neonates born in a teaching hospital. [Journal Article]
  • IJIndian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2009 Nov-Dec; 75(6):638
  • Gokdemir G, Erdogan HK, … Baksu B
  • CONCLUSIONS: We found that 90.7% of the neonates had one or more cutaneous lesions. Maturity and type of delivery of the babies were important factors in their causation. In Turkey, this study is the first study performed on the skin lesions seen during the neonatal period. With this study, we want to increase the awareness about the skin findings in neonates.
  • Cutaneous lesions in new born. [Journal Article]
  • IJIndian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2002 Nov-Dec; 68(6):334-7
  • Sachdeva M, Kaur S, … Dewan SP
  • Five hundred unselected newborn babies delivered in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Unit II of SGBT Hospital attached to Government Medical College, Amritsar during April 2000 to Octobe…
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