Photos of skin conditions are available at the websites of Healthline, WebMD and RxList. The National Institutes of Health's MedlinePlus website also offers links to photos of many different skin conditions.
The photos available from WebMD are organized in a slideshow format, covering common skin problems found in adults. The photographs are accompanied by a brief description of the condition, symptoms and treatment options. Some of the conditions included in the slideshow are hives, cold sores, plant rashes and athlete's foot.
Healthline's collection of photos covers 44 common skin conditions. The list includes both temporary and permanent conditions, as well as certain conditions found in children. The website offers general information on causes, symptoms, treatment options and prevention advice, with links to more specific information on the conditions. Photos cover such skin conditions as skin cancer, eczema and shingles. The site also offers a list of photographs for 59 different skin rashes.
RxList offers a gallery of photographs divided into categories such as allergic skin reactions, viral skin diseases, bug bites and tumors. Other categories include skin pigmentation diseases, skin conditions related to pregnancy, conditions related to the scalp and hair, and skin conditions resulting from sexually transmitted diseases.
MedlinePlus provides links to photographs of various conditions hosted by organizations such as the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research.