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Below you will find information relating to rashes or other skin conditions on a child's stomach. Stretch marks (striae) can be found on the stomach if there is rapid weight gain or weight loss. An itchy ring-shaped rash known as ringworm can also be seen on the stomach. Moles (nevi) are common lesions that may be seen on the stomach as well. In order to differentiate between these conditions, start by clicking a picture for more information.
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Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) This image displays dry skin with prominent hair follicles and inflamed areas of skin typical of atopic…
Molluscum Contagiosum (Pediatric) Some of the numerous molluscum lesions on this child’s trunk and arm are the skin-colored bumps with a slight…
Pityriasis Rosea Pityriasis rosea in people with darker skin can look more brown than pink.
Stretch Marks (Striae) This image displays multiple parallel red-purple striae (stretch marks).
Viral Exanthem Widespread red or pink spots and patches, which may or may not be itchy, are typical of a viral rash.
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