FifthDisease.org provides a picture of a child with fifth disease, also known as erythema infectiosum, along with a detailed description of the disease. Other sites that display images of the disease include Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, MedicineNet and Healthline.Continue Reading
The CDC website provides several pictures of children with the slapped-cheek rash, as it is commonly referred to, that results from fifth disease. A picture of a rash appearing on the hands is also displayed.
MedicineNet states that the disease is caused by a virus called parvovirus B19, which can result in a rash that appears on the cheeks and body. A picture is provided of a child with the disease.
Healthline provides a close-up image of a young child with a fifth disease rash over the face and body. Symptoms of the disease, along with diagnosis, treatment options and possible prevention, are discussed.Learn more about Skin Conditions