Blueberry muffin baby
|Blueberry muffin baby|
|"Blueberry muffin" appearance of blue-grey nodules under the skin, here due to neuroblastoma|
Blueberry muffin baby is the characteristic distributed purpura occurring as a result of extramedullary hematopoiesis found in infants.:826 The purpura are often generalized, but occur more often on the trunk, head, and neck. The name is from the superficial similarity to a blueberry muffin.
The condition was originally considered characteristic of rubella, but is now considered to be potentially associated with many other conditions, such as cytomegalovirus, metastatic neuroblastoma, and Congenital Leukemia.
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