Neonatal Sweet’s Syndrome Associated with Rectovestibular Fi
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Sweet’s syndrome, characterized by fever and a painful erythematous rash with a dermal neutrophilic infiltrate, develops primarily due to paraneoplastic phenomena in adults. Sweet’s syndrome is very rare in neonates. We report a Japanese female neonate (age <2 months), who developed Sweet’s syndrome with episodes of perineal infection in association with congenital rectovestibular fistula with normal anus. Sweet’s syndrome was diagnosed basing on clinical features and histopathology of biopsied skin tissues....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4508622/
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