Images of diabetic lesions can be found on MedicineNet and Daily Mail. MedicineNet provides a slideshow of the lesions and skin problems that can occur on the feet of a diabetic.
Diabetics are prone to developing a variety of skin conditions, such as disseminated granuloma annulare, scleroderma diabeticorum, diabetic dermopathy and diabetic blisters, states WebMD. Skin lesions also occur due to itching and bacterial and fungal infections. Scleroderma diabeticorum occurs when the skin of a diabetic thickens, an issue that is treatable with proper management of blood sugar levels and the application of skin moisturizers. Diabetic dermopathy often appears on the legs of a diabetic as shiny lesions. Diabetic blisters appear on the limbs, although they resolve themselves over time. Disseminated granuloma annulare is a raised, ring-shaped rash, commonly appearing on the fingers, that can be alleviated with topical creams.
Individuals with diabetes can more easily contract bacteria and fungal infections that produce irritation, blisters, rashes and scales, explains WebMD. If a diabetic contracts the mucormycosis fungus, the ensuing infection can sometimes spread quickly to the brain and prove fatal. Diabetics can also get skin lesions by itching dry skin, something that occurs in the legs because of low blood circulation. This can cause serious skin infections that turn into large lesions and sores.