Rosemary Nixon

AM, BSc (Hons), MBBS, MPH, FACD, FAFOEM, Consultant Dermatologist and Occupational Physician; Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor, Monash University, Vic; Honorary Associate Professor, The University of Melbourne, Vic; Director, Occupational Dermatology Research and Education Centre, Vic

Clinical features of viral exanthems

Most viral exanthems can be distinguished initially on the basis of age, distribution and morphology of the rash without requiring investigations.

Assessment and management of itchy skin in pregnancy

Knowledge of the specific dermatoses of pregnancy will assist in diagnosis, management and, importantly, facilitation of timely escalation of care of conditions that can potentially affect the fetus.