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Below find information about skin conditions common on the fingers of children. Since fingers are used to pick up objects and touch other areas of skin on the body, they can easily spread itchy rashes. Scabies, which often starts in the skin folds, can spread to the fingers if not treated initially. Warts and blisters associated with the herpes virus can typically be found on the fingers as well. Bug bites and stings frequently occur on the fingers since the skin is almost always exposed. Different types of dermatitis and psoriasis are skin rashes that can be found on the fingers. Click a picture below to learn more, including what treatments your child's physician might prescribe.
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Allergic Contact Dermatitis (Pediatric) This image displays fluid-filled blisters from an intense allergic reaction to a topical ointment.
Common Wart This image displays a large wart on the thumb.
Dyshidrotic Eczema This image displays a typical case of dyshidrotic dermatitis on the fingers.
Granuloma Annulare This image displays a small, smooth, round, slightly elevated lesion typical of granuloma annulare.
Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease There are often few, small blisters in people with hand-foot-and-mouth disease.
Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) When the herpes virus infects a finger, it is known as a herpetic whitlow.
Irritant Contact Dermatitis This image displays a child that has an allergic reaction to a plant (see red areas on the thigh) with staining from…
Nail Infection, Bacterial (Paronychia) This image displays redness and swelling around the cuticle of the nail typical of early paronychia.
Psoriasis This image displays dry, cracked skin typical of psoriasis.
Pyogenic Granuloma The fingers are a common location for pyogenic granulomas.
Scabies (Pediatric) This image displays sores, bumps, and scabs in the finger and wrist area typical of scabies.
Vitiligo Vitiligo is an auto-immune condition that results in flat areas of pigment loss. Fingers are a common location.
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