Justine H. S. Fong, MD




Tinea Faciei

March 02, 2011

A 7-year-old boy was brought for evaluation of a rash on the chin that had appeared 2 weeks earlier. It was slightly itchy. The mother had applied a topical corticosteroid for a few days but then stopped because of worsening of the lesion.

Pseudostrabismus (Pseudoesotropia)

November 01, 2008

The parents of this 5-month-old boy were concerned that his eyes were turned in toward the nose. The infant was otherwise healthy. Physical examination findings were normal. In particular, when a light source was projected onto the eyes, the light reflex was centered in both eyes.

Photoclinic: Peroneal Ganglion

May 01, 2006

A 7-year-old boy presented with an asymptomatic cystic lesion on the lateral aspect of the left ankle of 4 months' duration. There was no history of trauma. The mass fluctuated in size: it was smaller when the child was recumbent and larger when the child was upright.