As of September 2015, MedicineNet, Healthline and the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology offer medical photos of dermatomyositis rashes, according to their respective websites. MedicineNet's photo shows the rash on the backs of hands, primarily on fingers and knuckles. An accompanying explanation covers symptoms, treatment and associated conditions.Continue Reading
The dermatomyositis photo on Healthline displays a close-up knee rash. Possible causes of the illness, additional symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis and treatment, are reviewed as well, states Healthline.
The American Osteopathic College of Dermatology presents photos of dermatomyositis on the face and fingers. The facial picture displays early signs of the condition, and explains some diagnostic tests, such as MRI, electromyography and muscle biopsy. Treatment options include oral corticosteroids and immunosuppressive drugs, notes the American Osteopathic College of DermatologyLearn more about Skin Conditions