Maureen Rogers

Dr Maureen Rogers

Dr Rogers is an honorary consultant dermatologist at the Children's Hospital at Westmead, NSW.

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An outbreak of discoid eczema often occurs suddenly and in the absence of other skin disease. Discoid eczema, also known as…
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Juvenile xantho­granuloma is a type of skin tumour that histologically comprises multiple benign histiocytic cells that…
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Epidermal naevi may occur in isolation or be part of a wider syndrome. Epidermal naevi arise from the basal layer of the…
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Lesions on a patient's hands and feet can point to a wide range of systemic conditions. A variety of conditions may present…
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Childhood viral infections may cause specific patterns of exanthems that enable a clinical diagnosis of the causative virus…
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The common napkin rash is a primary irritant dermatitis occurring as a result of irritation from urine and faeces. Miliaria…
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Many infections can present in the napkin area as localised or scattered lesions. This article concentrates on those viral…
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