There are many types of rashes, and MedicineNet.com reports that contact dermatitis and heat rash are two of the most common. Eczema and pityriasis rosea are other types of rashes, according to WebMD. More »

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Photos of rashes, as of March 2015, can be found online via Healthline, Mayo Clinic and WebMD. All three sites offer galleries or slide-show presentations of a variety of skin rashes. More »

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Types of skin rashes include eczema, hives, poison ivy and heat rash, according to MedicineNet. These types of rashes are as a result of fungal, parasitic, bacterial or viral infections. More »

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Conditions such as eczema, rheumatoid arthritis and hand foot and mouth disease can cause rashes on the hands, according to Healthline, WebMD and MedicineNet. Skin rashes can often be related to conditions that cause inf... More »

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MedicineNet.com offers several pictures of diabetic leg ulcers. Diabetics usually have high chances of developing sores or ulcers, and they are one of the main reasons for extended hospital stays, says MedlinePlus. More »

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It is possible to find pictures of toe corns on MedicineNet.com, MayoClinic.org or WebMD.com. Written information about corns and other similar foot and toe problems is available on these websites as well, including a sl... More »

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Chickenpox is highly contagious and is spread by direct or indirect contact with an infected person, according to MedicineNet.com. Airborne particles and exhaled air from someone who is infected, contact with chickenpox ... More »

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