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Uritcaria, neonatal

A very widespread, harmless skin condition, also called erythema neonatorum or toxic erythema that affects newborn babies. The cause is unknown. Neonatal uritcaria gives a blotch rash, in which a raised yellow, or white lumps are surrounded by ill-defined red areas of inflammation. The rash mostly affects the chest, face, arms, and thighs. It generally clears up without any treatment.


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