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Below find information about the back of the hand of teen males. Common conditions noted on the back of the hand can include bug bites and stings, rashes, dry and itchy skin (eczema), warts, moles, red and inflamed skin (cellulitis), and even sunburn. Click an image below to learn more about a condition, its self-care recommendations, and who is most at risk for getting each different condition.
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Allergic Contact Dermatitis Allergic contact dermatitis often causes redness of the skin and itch.
Bug Bite or Sting This image displays insect bites after several days of itching and scratching, causing them to look like…
Flat Wart This image displays typical, multiple flat warts.
Granuloma Annulare This image displays subtle ring shapes in a child with granuloma annulare.
Irritant Contact Dermatitis This image displays scaly, red, cracked skin typical of irritant dermatitis.
Scabies This image displays a very fine line with scale in the webbed area of the hand due to burrowing of the scabies mite.
Sunburn If this person wore more than a watch, such as sunscreen, she would have not gotten a sunburn.
Vitiligo Light patches of vitiligo are subtle on the arms of a fair-skinned person.
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