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Health Pictures of Common Childhood Disorders

Review pictures of common childhood disorders, including infections like chickenpox, measles, mumps, and ringworm, and birth defects, such as clubfoot and cataracts.
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Club Foot Pictures
Pictures of babies with a club foot deformity, both before and after they have been treated with casting.

Skin Rashes
Review pictures of common childhood skin rashes, including ringworm, chicken pox, eczema, measles, insect bites, diaper rashes, and yeast infections, to help you become familiar with common conditions that might be causing your child's rash.

Head Lice Pictures
View pictures of head lice and nits so that you can identify live lice on your child's hair and know when to treat your kids for head live infestations.

Head Lice Picture
This magnified picture shows a louse emerging from a nit on the hair of this person infected with head lice.

Fifth Disease Picture
The typical red or slapped cheeks rash of a child with Fifth Disease can be seen in this picture.

Cataracts Picture
Review a picture of a baby with cataracts, which can seen as a whitish discoloration of their pupils.

Measles Picture
Review a picture of the characteristic red blotchy rash on a child with measles.

Club Foot Picture
Review a picture of a child with a club foot.

Mumps Picture
A picture of a child with mumps, which is an infection that is caused by a virus, causing parotitis, with pain and swelling in one or both parotid glands.

Down Syndrome Picture
Review an image of the karyotype of a child with Down syndrome or Trisomy 21.

Yeast Diaper Rash Picture
Review this picture of a baby with a yeast diaper rash.

Tinea Capitis Picture
Review a picture of a child with tinea capitis or scalp ringworm.

Ringworm Picture
Review a picture of a child with ringworm.

Rubella Picture
Review a picture of the typical rash of a child with rubella or German measles.

Chickenpox Picture
This picture shows the classic rash that is associated with a chickenpox infection, including red papules (bumps), vesicles (the spots that look like little blisters), which then become crusted scabs.

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