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The top of the foot, as seen in the pictures below, can have a variety of different skin conditions in children. This area is a common area for sunburn, since many children, and adults alike, forget to apply sunscreen here. Cellulitis has a red, tender, swollen area on the skin caused by a bacterial infection and can be located on the top of the foot. Fungal rash such as ringworm on the foot called athlete's foot (tinea pedis) can be all over the foot, including the skin on the top. Finally, granuloma annulare, which are tiny bumps over the joints, can be seen here as well. To learn more about these skin conditions, click an image below.
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Athlete's Foot (Tinea Pedis) The circular shape of this red, scaling area of skin on the back of the foot demonstrates why tinea is often called…
Bug Bite or Sting (Pediatric) Two insect bites are shown on this foot; note that the larger one has a tiny central crust where the insect bit.
Cellulitis An outline defining the involved skin in patients with cellulitis is used to track improvement as antibiotics…
Dyshidrotic Eczema This image displays tiny blisters at the edge of the sole and instep as well as dry, scaling areas.
Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) Atopic dermatitis (eczema) frequently affects skin folds, such as the front of the ankles.
Granuloma Annulare This image displays the tops of a hand and foot affected by granuloma annulare.
Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease This image shows blisters on the top of the foot and toes typical of hand-foot-and-mouth disease.
Lichen Simplex Chronicus This child has been rubbing or scratching the area between the heel and the ankle, leading to dark, rough areas of…
Sunburn This image displays a sunburn on a patient who wore shoes but no sunblock.
Vitiligo This image displays the tops of feet affected with vitiligo.
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