It is often argued that treating a child, as a sufferer is quite different from treating an adult. Sometimes again, the opposite is the case. But what is the reality?
The truth is that the child is an immature organism that needs time and interaction with the natural environment to complete its adulthood. The same applies to all systems of the child’s body, but also to their skin.
This gradual maturation of the skin is responsible for altering the manifestations of symptoms over time. The same reason is also due to the possible eradication of the elements of the disorder that afflicted the child.
Another question that often arises is about the importance of a symptom or “sign” from the child. It is important from the dermatological examination to exclude or ask the question of the existence of a serious disease from which it can be treated.
Whether exploratory or reassuring to parents, the presence of a pediatric dermatologist is essential when raising a child.