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    1. Diaper Rash

      Diaper rash appears on the skin under a diaper. Diaper rash typically occurs in infants and children younger than 2 years, but the rash can also be seen in people who are incontinent or paralyzed.

    2. Bartonellosis

      Bartonellosis: cat-scratch disease with axillary adenopathy. Acute, very tender, axillary lymphadenopathy in a child; cat scratches were present on the dorsum of the ipsilateral hand.

    3. Eczema: What’s the Best Treatment for You?

      A complete guide to eczema treatments, from hydrocortisone to phototherapy and more.

    4. Auricular Tags

      Auricular tags. Supernumerary vestiges of the external structures of ears are common. Accessory tragi and auricular tags with or without communication to deeper structures may be deceptively simple. Those in this photograph are probably harmless nubs of tissue that could be sliced off and their bases delicately electrodesiccated. Should that be all there is, the cosmetic result would be fine. Sometimes, however, such structures bear cartilage within them and have communication to uncertain depths toward the more important structures in the external canal or middle ear.

    5. Eczema Symptoms and Diagnosis

      Could your itchy rash be a symptom of eczema? WebMD explains the symptoms of eczema and provides questions to ask your doctor about the condition.

    6. Allergic Contact Dermatitis on Arm

      Allergic contact dermatitis (reaction to temporary tattoo). Contact allergy to temporary tattoos has become an increasingly common phenomenon. In most cases, the tattoo material does not contain pure henna, but is a mixture of brown henna with paraphenylenediamine (PPD) called black henna. The patient is allergic to PPD in the tatto. In fact, the concentration of PPD in black henna is higher than that seen in commercial hair dyes. After resolution of the eczematous skin eruption, postinflammatory hyperpigmentation may persist for a considerable period of time.

    7. Cosmetics and Eczema: What to Choose

      If you have eczema, you may already know that some cosmetics irritate your skin. That doesn't mean you have to give up on makeup. WebMD tells you what to look for in cosmetics to avoid a flare-up.

    8. Fungal Nail Infection

      Photograph of a fungal nail infection, which occurs when a fungus attacks a fingernail, a toenail, or the skin under the nail, called the nail bed.

    9. Allergies and Eczema: What’s the Link?

      Find out why so many people with allergies also develop eczema.

    10. Diet and Eczema: The Facts

      Most experts say that diet has little effect on eczema, yet some small studies have found that probiotics and teas may help relieve eczema symptoms. WebMD looks at the research.

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