Most fevers / high temperatures in children are not serious. What is a fever? ...
What can I do if my child has a fever/high temperature? .... Pale or mottled skin.
www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/pages/spotting-signs-serious-illness.aspx?tabname=Babies and toddlers
blue, pale, blotchy, or ashen (grey) skin; your child is hard to wake up, or appears
disorientated or confused; they are crying constantly and you can't console or ...
Fever in children is part of the body's response to viral or bacterial infections with
a ... have bluish or mottled skin; have cold hands and feet; have a weaker than ...
List of 36 disease causes of Mottled skin, patient stories, diagnostic guides. ...
Psoriasis often undiagnosed cause of skin symptoms in children: Children who ...
Cutis Marmorata Telangiectatica Congenita is a rare condition that creates a
mottled pattern on the surface of the skin.
Oct 3, 2010 ... My baby has mottled skin on her arms and legs. I dont' have a pic to show you but
it's like you can see the spiderwebs of capillaries under her ...
May 28, 2014 ... Apart from the mottling of the skin, physical examination findings were ... Cutis
marmorata is more common in children with hypothyroidism, ...
Skin mottling? "funny" blood tests? What do you say when parents or an
adolescent complain about cold hands? Do you worry about children who always
Remember, a fever is not an illness, it's a sign that your child is fighting an illness;
... no appetite; achiness; lack of energy; pale/flush/ mottled skin; skin rash.
If your baby has a serious illness, it's important to get medical attention as soon
as ... turning blue, very pale, mottled or ashen; difficulty breathing, fast breathing,
... a fit for the first time, even if they seem to recover; their skin is cold and clammy