Slideshow: Childhood Skin Problems

Reviewed by David Perlstein, MD, MBA, FAAP on Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Mother checking her child for any unusual skin problems.

Close-up of ringworm.

Child with red checks caused by fifth disease.

Close-up of chicken pox lesions.

Close-up of impetigo sore.

Warts on the hand and fingers.

Close-up of heat rash.

Close-up of poison ivy rash on the arm.

Closer look at hand-foot-and-mouth disease.

Atopic dermatitis attacking a child’s skin.

Close-up of a hives skin rash.

Close-up view of scarlet fever rash.

A rosy-pink rash caused by roseola.

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