Results for: Teen :: Female :: Anogenital
Find images of conditions affecting the anogenital region of teen females below. Conditions that may develop in the genital and anus areas include genital herpes, genital warts (caused by the human papillomavirus), jock itch (groin ringworm, tinea cruris), syphilis, erythrasma, psoriasis, dermatides such as irritant contact dermatitis and allergic contact dermatitis, skin tags (acrochordons), and scabies or pubic lice. Click the images below to get more detailed overviews of risk factors, treatment options, and advice on when to seek medical attention.
This image displays a woman’s cervix with red erosions due to a chlamydial infection.
This image displays blisters and swelling on the labia due to the herpes simplex virus.
Gonorrhea, Primary Infection
This is a close-up view of the cervix (the mouth of the womb), inside the vagina of a woman with gonorrhea. There is…
This is a close-up photograph of the armpit in a patient with hidradenitis suppurativa. These are small early…
Jock Itch (Tinea Cruris)
Numerous rings of tinea may intersect, causing unusual patterns as displayed in the groin of this woman.
Molluscum contagiosum is a common viral infection in the genital area with numerous pink to skin-colored firm…
This image displays a painless ulcer with a red base, typical of primary syphilis.
Psoriasis frequently occurs in the genital area of men and women. Psoriasis is not contagious and is not spread…
This image of the pubic area shows the itchy red bumps of scabies that may be all over the body (widespread).
Vitiligo can cause loss of pigment in the female genital region.