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A male infant of 36 weeks gestation was delivered by emergency caesarean section due to suboptimal control of maternal Behçet's disease (BD). His mother had a 15- year history of BD with oral and genital ulcers, erythema nodosum and cutaneous vasculitis. She took oral prednisolone and azathioprine during pregnancy. At birth, the baby was well and admitted to transitional care to establish formula feeding. On day 8, he developed napkin dermatitis. Despite topical treatment, this worsened and pustulonecrotic lesions developed in the perianal region …
Contributors The case for this manuscript was identified by KC and DS. PC, MW and AM were involved in managing the case. The manuscript was drafted by KC and reviewed by PC and MW. Images were selected by KC and DS.
Competing interests None declared.
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