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Scaly Lesions On Hands
Psoriasis?: Although it is very difficult to diagnose rashes without actually looking at it. But it sounds like early psoriasis by the distribution and description that you have given. Please consider uploading pictures and consulting a dermatologist here on HealthTap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Scaly lesions are just that - skin conditions that appear scaly. They are dry and usually can flake off if scratched. Dandruff is a type of scaly lesion of the scalp. Eczema is another common scaly lesion. Many fungal skin infections are also scaly, but some skin cancers can also be scaly, so if uncertain have a dermatologist or your primary care doc take ...Read more
Skin on hands and arms cracks severely especially on palms fingers and nails skin on arms turns red and splotchy. Painful and itchy.
PPlease see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Small red bumpy spots on hands feet very itchy then dry blisters started feet then palms now arms and legs severe itching?
Red bumps on arms l: It seems like you have some kind of ongoing contact dermatitis and you need to be evaluated by you physician.If it was viral illness which can present like you describe, but that clears up without any tratment.In your case description you got spread to your arms with otching which makes me think it is some kind of contact or allergic dermatitis, you need to see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See dermatologist: There may be bacterial infection coexisting with a skin problem such as contact dermatitis (allergic reaction), dyshidrotic eczema/hand eczema, fungal infection, or pustular psoriasis. You should see a dermatologist for evaluation, possible cultures and/or biopsy, and treatment recommendations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See the doc: Have it examined. It may be something as simple as irritation. Topical medication may be prescribed. It may also be a reaction to something, like an allergy. Your doctor may consider culturing the fluid within the blisters and/or biopsy to determine what the condition is. Get it checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This : This is one of those situations where "a picture is worth a thousand words"--really needs to be seen by a medical professional. Eczema is common in children and can occur on trunk and extremities. Topical moisture with heavier, cream-type moisturizers is best for eczema. If it does not resolve, it may require topical prescription medication. But a quick "eyeball" visit will clarify the issue. ...Read more
Hyper-pigmented, hardened and itchy areas all over the body, spc. On palm, soles, face, scalp, back, & 15-20 large, black nodules on legs. Psoriasis?
Maybe: It is possible but your description is not characteristic. See a dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Id reaction: A group of little blisters on the side of one or more fingers suggests the "id" reaction to a superficial fungus infection elsewhere. If you make a physician office visit, get all your skin checked. I wouldn't criticize you if you put some over-the-counter topical cortisol on it and checked yourself for athlete's foot for now. ...Read more
What causes non itchy red scaly circular patches on arms, legs and back, but is not psoriasis ? Skin on circular patches usually hardens and falls off
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. It's not possible to tell because there are many diseases that look the same. ...Read more