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Rabia M. Nagda, MD

lawande's hospital





Nickel Dermatitis

October 01, 2008

For the past few weeks, a 10-year-old boy had a pruritic abdominal rash that had not responded to over-the-counter topical medications. The rash had appeared around the time he started wearing a new belt (shown). The child was otherwise healthy. There was a family history of asthma.

Erythema Nodosum

June 01, 2008

Results of a complete blood cell count (CBC), measurements of electrolyte concentrations, and urinalysis were normal. A rapid streptococcal test result was negative. The C-reactive protein level was elevated at 3.3 mg/L (normal, less than 1 mg/L); the erythrocyte sedimentation rate was 58 mm/h (normal, 4 to 20 mm/h).

Cuboid Compression Fracture

January 01, 2008

Three-year-old boy limping on right foot after an unwitnessed fall from trampoline the day before. Pain controlled with ibuprofen. No history of chronic diseases or routine medication use.