Clinical Case 044: vesicles down under March 6, 2012 Todays case is bread and butter GP / Paeds. 13/12 old boy presents with a 2 day history of mild fever, irritable and loose stools. Not much to find on exam except…… never forget to check the nappy region. What is your differential diagnosis? OK all you Paeds sleuths – hit me on the comments – the prize (love and respect – as always) goes to the first in / best answer. Casey TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailRedditPocket Tags:diagnosis, infection, paediatrics, rash Related Posts First10EM Journal Club: August 2020 A dose of Dex? Delayed Dialysis Disasters About The Author Casey Parker I am a GP working in Broome, NW of Western Australia. I work as a hospital DMO (District Med Officer) doing Emergency, Anaesthestics, some Obstetrics and a lot of miscellaneous primary care. Also on the web as @broomedocs | + Casey Parker | Contact 6 Comments Jonathan so with being new to GP land Im thinking……hand foot and mouth? March 7, 2012 Reply caseyparker207 I think you are the winner Jonathon Most probable diagnosis = coxsackie virus – hand, foot, mouth…. and bum disease – as it should be named. C November 26, 2012 Reply andrew perianal dermatitis secondary to diarrhea secondary to GE March 12, 2012 Reply tim primary HSV1/contact dermatitis with vesicles March 22, 2012 Reply ivan i think its diaper rash March 28, 2012 Reply jon so who won ? November 26, 2012 Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.