The below pictures illustrate skin diseases found on children's chins. Since the chin is frequently touched, it is prone to rashes such as ringworm (a fungal rash) and impetigo (honey-colored, crusty sores) that are contagious. Other itchy rashes include dermatides, which are common on the face and may be found only on a child's chin. Common skin conditions such as moles and warts can be located on the chin as well. Blemishes, such as those produced by acne and the pearly white, wart-like bumps of molluscum contagiosum, are common on the chin of children. To distinguish between these rashes and to find out who is at risk, click an image below.
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