Viral Skin Diseases

Picture of Erythema Multiforme Minor

Picture of Erythema Multiforme Minor

Erythema multiforme minor (EM minor). EM minor appears as symmetrical rings of red, raised skin that look like targets. Erythema multiforme can appear anywhere on the body. It is most often caused by the herpes simplex virus but has been associated with fungal infections or reactions to medications.

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Text Source: Johns Hopkins Medicine