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The Summary

Solomon Behar, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
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Nancy J., MD -

You could have also mentioned hickeys (interestingly sometimes self administered- but always within reach of the patient's mouth) , and self caused local petechiae ( cup sucking being number one for my patients!) as other anecdotal sources of purple dots.

Solomon B., MD -

Nancy- thank you for adding in those common benign causes of petechiae in kids! You are so right!

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