Petechial rash in a child with autism and Trisomy 21.

  title={Petechial rash in a child with autism and Trisomy 21.},
  author={Sarah A Sobotka and Stephanie B Deal and Timothy J. Casper and Karin Vander Ploeg Booth and Robert H. Listernick},
  journal={Pediatric annals},
  volume={43 6},
Copyright © SLACK Incorporated A10-year-old boy with Trisomy 21 presented to the emergency department with a history of rash on his legs, easy bruising and bleeding, and walking with a limp. One month prior to presentation, he had developed a non-pruritic, non-painful, petechial rash on his lower legs (Figure 1). Eczema was suspected and he was treated with a topical steroid cream, but there was no improvement in the rash. Subsequently, he developed easy bruising and bleeding gums when brushing… CONTINUE READING
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