According to WebMD, untreated ringworm infections can lead to blistering and cracked skin, which in turn can become infected with bacteria. Bacterial infections must be treated with antibiotics. In most cases, ringworm i... More »

Ringworm in children can be treated through oral medication or application of antifungal powders and creams to the skin. The type of treatment varies with the location of the ringworm. In any case, it takes the ringworm ... More »

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Causes of bald spots in children include interruption of hair life cycle, hair shaft trauma as a result of consistently pulling hair and alopecia areata that occurs when the immune system attacks healthy hair follicles. ... More »

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Some symptoms of titanium implants can be an autoimmune response or allergic reactions that can include inflammation, blistering and a rash around the implant site. These symptoms are possible in people who have a metal ... More »

Some symptoms of sun poisoning include blistering, swelling, redness of the skin and dehydration. Sun poisoning refers to a condition in which the sun's ultraviolet rays damage the skin, notes MedicineNet. More »

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Common side effects of radiation treatment include fatigue and skin changes, such as itching, dryness, peeling and blistering, according to the National Cancer Institute. Other side effects depend on the part of the body... More »

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Mild tinea fungal infections, known as ringworm, may be treated with over-the-counter anti-fungal medications, such as clotrimazole or terbinafine, when located on the body, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention... More »