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The following images are associated with diseases found on children's lips. They range from harmless conditions (eg, moles, cracked and chapped lips) to more serious lesions including cold sores caused by the herpes simplex virus. A red appearing growth called a pyogenic granuloma may be located directly on a lip, whereas itchy, red rashes may be found around the lips (dermatitis). The pictures below contain more detail and information about who is at risk and when to seek medical care.
Chapped Lips (Cheilitis)
This image displays red, swollen, cracked lips and irritation of the mouth corners typical of cheilitis, due to…
This child has two warts: one near the left nostril and another doughnut-shaped one above the upper lip. The…
Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV)
Erosions and blood-filled blisters and crusts are typical with primary herpes simplex infection as with this…
This image displays the brown color typical of nevi.
Pyogenic granulomas appear and enlarge in days, and they are usually deep red and sometimes bleed easily.
This image displays two spider angiomas on the upper lip.
Thrush (Oral Candidiasis)
This image displays an extensive yeast (candida) infection around the mouth, with tiny red bumps and pus-filled…