Pictures of children with rashes are available at WebMD.com and Healthline.com. WebMD hosts a photo gallery of common rashes that may appear as bumps, welts or skin changes. Each photo has an explanation of the rash, how it begins and manifests, common causes, and possible treatments.
For example, WebMD features a photo of ringworm, a raised, blistery ring with a scaly border. Ringworm is a fungus that lives off hair, skin and nail tissue. It is transmitted through skin-to skin touching and by sharing items such as towels or sports equipment. A doctor may prescribe a fungal cream to treat ringworm, notes WebMD. The photo gallery also includes chickenpox, impetigo, warts, heat rash and eczema.
At Healthline.com, visitors can access a gallery of skin rashes in children that include contact dermatitis, hives and atopic dermatitis. Healthline provides information as to common allergy triggers such as dust mites, dyes, mold, pet dander and pollen. Allergies occur when the skin and body have a negative reaction to common triggers. In some cases, they happen as a result of direct contact with a substance. Symptoms such as congestion, headache and runny nose may also occur, as noted by Healthline.