orlando pediatrician banner
 
Orlando Pediatrician Twitter Orlando Pediatrician Orlando Pediatrician youtube raising good parents
Home | About Orlando Pediatrician | Child Health | Parenting | Ask A Question | Videos

Gregory Gordon Md logo Newborn

Gregory Gordon Md logo 2 Weeks Old

Gregory Gordon Md logo 2 Months Old

Gregory Gordon Md logo 4 Months Old

Gregory Gordon Md logo6 Months Old

9 Months Old

Gregory Gordon Md logo 12 Months Old

Gregory Gordon Md logo 15 Months Old

Gregory Gordon Md logo18 Months Old

Gregory Gordon Md logo 2 Years Old

Gregory Gordon Md logo 3 Years Old

Gregory Gordon Md logo4 Years Old

Gregory Gordon Md logo5 Years Old

Mongolian Spots

mongolian spots

 

Mongolian spots are blueish, grey spots found in newborns. They can be confused with bruising. Mongolian spots usually occur on the infant’s gluteal area (butt) and can appear on the back, arms and legs. They are more common in children of African or Asian descent. Mongolian spots typically fade away over the first couple years of life.

Newborn Rashes

Milia - Picture and article

Erythema Toxicum - Picture and article

Baby Acne - Pictures and Article

Salmon Patch - Pictures and article

 

Written September 2011 by
Dr. Gordon, Orlando Pediatrician

 

 

 

 

 

gregorygordonmd.com is intended to help parents understand the needs and behaviors of children. The information presented in the site is the opinion of Gregory Gordon, M.D.and does not reflect the opinion of his partners. This website is owned exclusively by Doctors insights LLC. The advice in this site does not apply to all children. Always consult your healthcare provider for your individual needs.

© Copyright 2010 gregorygordonmd.com. All Rights Reserved.