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  1. Morbilliform Drug Eruption on Face

    Drug hypersensitivity reaction. Morbilliform rash eventually spread to the face and extremeties of the same child.

  2. Multiple Lentigines Syndrome on Back

    Picture of Multiple Lentigines Syndrome on Back

  3. Mongolian Spots

    Mongolian spots are very common in any part of the body of dark-skinned babies. They are flat, gray-blue in color (almost looking like a bruise), and can be small or large.

  4. Multiple Lentigines Syndrome on Face

    Scattered brown macules on the back of an individual with multiple lentigines syndrome.

  5. Phototherapy for Psoriasis

    Phototherapy -- exposure to ultraviolet light -- is a common treatment for psoriasis. WebMD explains.

  6. Lichen Striatus on Legs

    Lichen striatus. This is a common and benign self-limited childhood dermatosis that is easily diagnosed from its classic appearance. Onset is usually between the ages of 3 and 10 years, and it is rare in young infants, adolescents, and adults. The lesions consist of pink, flesh-colored, or slightly hypopigmented flat-topped papules that evolve in a linear array following lines of Blaschko. The linear course of the papules may eventually traverse the major part of an extremity. The area of involvement is often noted to become wider as it advances and may even include the nails.

  7. Iododerma and Bromoderma Granulomatous Reaction

    Granulomatous reaction caused by a bromide. Another baleful characteristic of drug eruptions from halides is persistence and extension of reaction once it occurs. The reason for such persistence or extension, even when a known source of the offending drug is removed, is the wide dispersion of occult iodine or bromine salts in foods, in the environment, and indeed in the body’s own chemistry. Iodine, for example, is a constituent of thyroid hormone.

  8. How Is Ringworm Diagnosed?

    If you have a ring-shaped rash, you very likely have ringworm. Your doctor will be able to tell for sure.

  9. Head Lice

    Head lice. Numerous grayish-white lice egg capsules stuck firmly on the hairs in a child with head lice.

  10. Halo Nevus

    Halo nevus. Raised red-brown nevus with a depigmented halo surrounding it.

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