RxList and MedicineNet.com provide images of the most common types of skin infections on their websites. Some medical organizations, including Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Education and American Academy of Family Physicians, also exhibit pictures of common skin infections on their websites.
Skin infections can be caused by bacteria, viruses or fungi, according to WebMD. Impetigo, folliculitis and cellulitis are frequently diagnosed bacterial skin infections, as reported by American Academy of Family Physicians. Bacterial skin infections are often caused by two types of bacteria: staphylococcus and streptococcus. American Academy of Family Physicians provides a comprehensive discussion of common bacterial infections with corresponding images.
Ringworm, athlete’s foot, thrush, sporotrichosis and yeast infection are among the most common types of fungal skin infections, as stated by WebMD. MedicineNet.com presents images of these fungal skin infections along with a brief discussion of their causes and symptoms.
RxList lists shingles, chickenpox, warts, cold sores and molluscum contagiosum among the most common types of viral skin infections. Viral skin infections are often contagious, and individuals with compromised immune systems are at higher risk of contracting these infections. RxList provides images of various viral skin infections as well as a short overview of each type of infection.