- Benign Lesions (7)
- Eczema Dermatitis (38)
- Facial Flushing (10)
- Herpes (68)
- Hives (20)
- Infections (116)
- Miscellaneous (29)
- Pregnancy (11)
- Psoriasis (23)
- Rosacea (13)
- Seborrhea (9)
- Skin Cancers (34)
- Warts (16)
Primary Skin Lesions
A primary lesion is the basic lesion that makes up a rash. Identifying the primary lesion of a rash is the first step towards identifying the rash.
Do you have a rash and you want to find out what's causing it? Take a look at these pictures of common rashes and see if you can find yours.
How Do You Deal With An Itchy Rash
An itchy rash can range from annoying to downright nerve-wracking. Share how you deal with an itchy rash. What do you do to keep from scratching.
Does Your Rash Itch?
Rashes are common - some itch and some don't. Learn more about common itchy rashes and see if you can find yours.
Learn more about common and uncommon skin conditions.
Actinic keratosis/ actinic keratoses
Actinic keratoses are pre-cancerous growths of the skin. A fraction of these growths turn into squamous cell carcinomas of the skin if left untreated.
Squamous Cell Carcinomas of the Skin
Squamous cell carcinomas of the skin arise from a cell in your skin called the keratinocyte. Sun exposure places you at risk for developing squamous cell carcinomas. These cancers are most commonly diagnosed through a skin biopsy, and there are several different methods for treating these cancers.