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The pictures on the page below represent conditions that may affect the palms in adults. Because we constantly use our palms to grasp things, they are subject to many kinds of environmental exposure. Contact dermatitis is an allergic rash from exposure to chemicals or plants such as poison ivy. Itchy, flaking skin can be the result of psoriasis or dyshidrotic dermatitis. Several types of infections, including bacterial, viral, and others are common to the hand. Bacterial infection can cause cellulitis. Viruses can cause warts and herpes infections. Scabies can also infest the skin of the palm. Clicking the images below will display information about these and other conditions and their treatment.
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Allergic Contact Dermatitis This is severe allergic contact dermatitis, resulting in very thick, scaly lesions on the fingers.
Callus This image displays callouses on the palms from work involving friction to these areas.
Common Wart The wart seen in the webspace of the thumb has the rough and thickened appearance typical of common warts.
Dyshidrotic Eczema (Dyshidrotic Dermatitis) As displayed in this image, the blisters of dyshidrotic dermatitis are often difficult to see due to the thick…
Irritant Contact Dermatitis This image displays irritant dermatitis on the hand.
Psoriasis This image displays minimal scale with subtle redness due to psoriasis.
Pyogenic Granuloma Pyogenic granulomas are soft to the touch and often have a bloody surface.
Ringworm (Tinea Corporis) This image displays tinea manuum (hand fungus) with fine, white scaling and tinea corporis (body ringworm) with…
Scabies This image displays red, crusted, scaling patches on a patient's hand, typical of scabies.
Scaly Skin (Ichthyosis Vulgaris) This image displays the contrast between the dry, shiny skin of a person with ichthyosis (left) and the skin of an…
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