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Abstract

Pediatric dermatologists may care for patients with percutaneous enteral feeding tubes. Although ostomy complications such as allergic contact and irritant dermatitis are common, psoriasis may be misdiagnosed. We report three novel cases of childhood psoriasis first presenting around an enteral feeding tube site. Localized psoriasis is an important clinical consideration in children with ostomy site eruptions to ensure timely diagnosis and effective management.