What are Molluscum Contagiosum ? They look like small pimples initially before becoming pearl coloured raised bumps. In most instances there are about half a dozen spots, and they usually appear on the nappy area, tummy, face, arms and legs. But in some children there can be a large number, particularly if there is a history […]
What is Urticaria ? Urticaria is a sudden skin eruption, which involves redness, localised swelling, and often in a circular, oval or ‘map’ shape which can be quite patchy. In tends to occur on the trunk, arms and legs, but can occur anywhere. Pressing the affected area will cause the areas to blanch. Often they […]
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Types of Viral Rashes Seen There are two major groups of viral rashes. So called non specific viral rashes and ‘classic rashes’. The latter group have a variety of names and distinct patterns. Of these the most serious include measles, mumps, rubella and chicken pox which are currently covered in the immunisation schedule. Classic Rashes- […]
Warts are almost a inevitable, and occur in around 10-15% of children. They are common, harmless but annoying, and eventually disappear. They do not have to be treated unless they are causing problems.
Eczema is a common condition due to an inherited dryness of the skin surface, coupled with excess sensitivity to irritants and allergens resulting in inflammation. This article helps the parent understand what eczema means.
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