May 22, 2016

Nursing Tip of the Day! - Pediatric Nursing

Category: Pediatric Nursing 
Milia are tiny epidermal cysts filled with keratinous material. These 1-2 mm white papules occur predominantly on the face in 40% of newborns. Their intraoral counterparts are called Epstein pearls and occur in up to 60-85% of neonates.

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