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The pictures below display skin diseases on the feet in children. The feet are at risk for many rashes since they are in contact with dirty shoes and socks, as well as funguses and bacteria when children are barefoot. Some skin rashes found in this area are spread from the rest of the body; other times the rash originates on the feet. Since toenails are difficult to keep clean, they pose an additional risk for infections caused by a fungus. Warts and moles are found on the feet and, although they often do not pose any health risk, a careful watch is necessary to make sure they do not change or enlarge. Click a picture below for more information about skin rashes affecting the feet.
An outline defining the involved skin in patients with cellulitis is used to track improvement as antibiotics…
This image displays the scaling and cracked areas of the soles of the feet typical of prolonged dyshidrotic…
This image displays a bacterial skin infection between the toes typical of erythrasma.
This image displays the tops of a hand and foot affected by granuloma annulare.
Lichen Simplex Chronicus
This child has been rubbing or scratching the area between the heel and the ankle, leading to dark, rough areas of…
This image displays the subtle pits, or depressions, in the skin of the foot typical of pitted keratolysis.
This image displays a plantar wart with black color within it, due to the clotting of blood vessels in the skin.
This image displays psoriasis that affects only the patient's palms and soles (palmoplantar psoriasis).
This image displays a sunburn on a patient who wore shoes but no sunblock.
This image displays the tops of feet affected with vitiligo.