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www.reference.com/world-view/possible-causes-rash-around-neck-chest-2b336d88b1dfbdc2

A rash around the neck or chest can occur for a variety of reasons including eczema, bug bites and psoriasis. Contact with clothing dyes, detergent, soap, latex, rubber and poisonous plants can also cause a rash, according to Healthline. A rash could also be a side effe...

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Common causes of ankle rashes include infections, allergic reactions and insect or parasite bites, according to Healthgrades. Chronic ankle rashes may be caused by eczema or psoriasis.

www.reference.com/article/can-cause-itching-rash-neck-21420b8fcf1cab77

Itching rashes on the neck can be caused by a variety of conditions. The most common causes for an itching rash on the neck are heat rash, atopic dermatitis and eczema.

www.reference.com/article/top-three-common-causes-rash-neck-41afd3d27d7bc38

Information for the top three most common neck rashes is not available, as there are more than 20 common causes of neck rashes, according to HealthGrades and Mayo Clinic. Some very common causes are atopic dermatitis, heat rash, eczema, allergic reaction to food or medi...

www.reference.com/article/nose-rashes-cause-redness-ca3880dd7e2e07e2

As the dictionary definition of a rash includes reddened skin, according to Dictionary.com, all nose rashes cause redness. Some common rashes that can appear anywhere on the body, including the nose, are rosacea and eczema.

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A red rash under the skin could be a myriad of things like hives, psoriasis, eczema or possibly an allergic reaction to specific plants, foods or medications, according to WebMD. If the problem persists, a doctor's advice should be sought. Since rashes present both abov...

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Treatment of rashes depends on the cause of the rash, reports Everyday Health. Rashes such as those caused by German measles or chicken pox require management of the accompanying fever, while hives simply require antihistamines to treat.