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My daughter has many bumps on her knees, elbow and the outside of legs. No fever though any clue? Some big some small some with white.Heads.

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Dr. Frank Pinto
Dermatology
8 doctors agree

In brief: Molluscum?

Hard to say without seeing it but from what you're describing it sounds like something called molluscum contagiosum, which is caused by a benign skin virus.
There are treatments for this but often it resolves on it's own. Take her to your pediatrician or a dermatologist to confirm the diagnosis.

In brief: Molluscum?

Hard to say without seeing it but from what you're describing it sounds like something called molluscum contagiosum, which is caused by a benign skin virus.
There are treatments for this but often it resolves on it's own. Take her to your pediatrician or a dermatologist to confirm the diagnosis.
Dr. Frank Pinto
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David Miller
Family Medicine
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In brief: See a doc

Skin lesions like you're describing are notoriously difficult to diagnose without actually seeing and touching them. You should take her to her pediatrician or a family doc to be properly evaluated.

In brief: See a doc

Skin lesions like you're describing are notoriously difficult to diagnose without actually seeing and touching them. You should take her to her pediatrician or a family doc to be properly evaluated.
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