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Infestations and parasites308

Non-infective causes310

Papular rashes may occur due to infections, or non-infective causes such as infestations or primary skin diseases. Common presentations are listed in Box 19.1. They may be found in association with other lesions such as pustules. Localized papular rashes on the face of a neonate may be due to sebaceous gland hyperplasia, milia or neonatal acne (...

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