Body lice are tiny parasitic insects only about as big as sesame seeds, according to Mayo Clinic. The bugs don't stay on the skin but instead live in clothing and bedding. The lice crawl on the skin to feed on blood befo... More »

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Images of head lice are available online on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln website. A slide show containing pictures of head lice is also featured at Healthline. More »

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Body lice are slightly larger than head lice and can transmit diseases, such as trench fever and typhus, which head lice do not. Also, body lice can survive away from their hosts up to 30 days, while head lice die within... More »

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Body lice treatments designed for home use include washing the body and contaminated clothing and bedding with hot water and soap, explains Mayo Clinic. Some physicians may also prescribe a prescription lotion or shampoo... More »

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Shingles can occur anywhere on the body, including the feet, according to the Mayo Clinic. The Mayo Clinic notes that shingles usually present as a single band of blisters wrapping around one side of the torso. More »

Blood spots under the skin occur when something causes the capillaries, the body's tiniest blood vessels, to leak, says Mayo Clinic. Causes include straining for a long time, medications, diseases, sunburn and injuries. More »

Bullous pemphigoid is a potentially life-threatening condition that causes large fluid-filled blisters to form on parts of the body such as the lower abdomen, armpits or upper thighs, according to Mayo Clinic. The condit... More »

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