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Below you will find information on conditions that affect the male infant's face. Because the skin of a baby's face is thin, it is very sensitive to infection and irritation. The images below illustrate some common medical concerns, including skin infections (eg, cellulitis and impetigo), eczema, hives (urticaria), milia, and warts. Click the images below to learn more about these and other diagnoses, including ideas for home care, what treatments your doctor might prescribe, and when it is important to see your baby's doctor right away.
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Allergic Contact Dermatitis (Pediatric) Contact dermatitis can have multiple areas of skin involvement.
Baby Acne (Neonatal Acne) Neonatal acne can be severe with whiteheads covering the face, as in this newborn child.
Birthmark (Congenital Melanocytic Nevus) A congenital nevus is found in about 2% of newborns and is usually a raised, brown spot, as seen here on the nose.
Bug Bite or Sting (Pediatric) Bug bites often cause hive-like (urticarial), swollen lesions.
Cellulitis This image displays an infant with cellulitis of the scalp.
Common Wart This image displays multiple warts on the lips.
Cradle Cap Seborrheic dermatitis often affects the scalp in infants, with a thick, crust-like scale.
Drug Eruption, Unclassified (Pediatric) This image displays a typical drug eruption in an infant.
Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) This image displays symmetric scaling, red, slightly elevated lesions typical of atopic dermatitis (eczema).
Flat Wart This image displays numerous flat warts on the forehead.
Folliculitis This image displays the widespread distribution typical of folliculitis.
Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) The herpes simplex virus can involve the eyelids and the cornea.
Hives (Urticaria) This image displays urticaria (hives) affecting the neck, face, and shoulders.
Irritant Contact Dermatitis This image displays inflammation and rash typical of irritant contact dermatitis due to frequent wetting and…
Milia Milia are tiny cysts that occur for unknown reasons in infants.
Molluscum Contagiosum (Pediatric) This image displays molluscum lesions with a depression in the center.
Pityriasis Alba Flat, smooth, lighter (hypopigmented) patches of skin are typical of pityriasis alba.
Port-Wine Stain This is a three-month-old infant with a port-wine stain.
Pyogenic Granuloma Pyogenic granulomas are very fragile and, when rubbed, can bleed easily.
Ringworm, Facial (Tinea Faciei) Tinea faciale (a fungal infection on the face) often has pink, ring-like, slightly elevated lesions with…
Roseola (Sixth Disease) This image displays the bright pink rash typical of roseola (sixth disease).
Salmon Patch Salmon patches frequently occur at the center of the forehead.
Seborrheic Dermatitis (Pediatric) Seborrheic dermatitis can have pink, scaly, slightly elevated lesions, typically involving the head and neck.
Strawberry Hemangioma (Infantile Hemangioma) A small early hemangioma on the left cheek.
Thrush (Oral Candidiasis) The overgrowth of yeast (candida) in this infant's mouth has caused cracking of the lips. The white lesions on the…
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