However, if you have a rash and want to know which possible disorders look like that, this gallery is for you. These pictures all depict some sort of skin lesions, rashes, blisters, redness or peeling. In most cases, the rash is just a symptom of something much bigger. In some cases, it is indeed just a rash.
You may recognize pictures -- spider bites, for instance -- from other galleries on this site. Many people consider spider bites unidentified rashes until their doctors tell them otherwise. On the other hand, maybe that "spider bite" is really something else.
Some rashes indicate very dangerous conditions that warrant seeing the doctor as soon as possible. Some go away all by themselves and some can be treated effectively with over the counter remedies.
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- CandidiasisCandidiasis caused by the fungus Candida sp.
- Canine ScabiesPimple-like irritations on the abdomen and chest due to canine scabies
- Chickenpox on the FaceChickenpox on face
- Dermatitis Herpetiformisdermatitis herpetiformis (DH)
- Pityriasis Rosea Herald Patchpityriasis rosea with an oval herald patch on the abdomen, as well as a more generalized rash
- Poison Ivy Blistersarm with a blistering poison ivy rash
- Poison Oak Blistersarm with a blistering poison oak rash
- Reiter's SyndromeReiter's syndrome
- Rocky Mountain Spotted Feverrash of Rocky Mountain spotted fever on a child’s eye and face.
- Scabies Rash on a Hand
- A Red Neck