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Poison ivy rash Brushing against a poison ivy plant can cause a red, itchy rash.
Poison ivy plant Poison ivy grows three leaves per stem. It grows as vines or low shrubs in most climates.
Lupus facial rash A typical sign of lupus is a red, butterfly-shaped rash over your cheeks and nose, often following exposure to sunlight.
This rash (herald patch) goes away.
Poison sumac plant The poison sumac plant has smooth-edged leaves and can grow as a bush or tree. Unlike poison ivy and poison oak, it doesn't grow in a three-leaf-per-stem pattern.
Pityriasis rosea (rash) on light skin Pityriasis rosea is a common skin condition characterized by a scaly rash that sweeps outward like the branches of a pine tree.
Parvovirus infection face rash A bright red rash on the cheeks is a distinctive sign of parvovirus infection.
The rash often spreads to the arms, legs and torso.
We would like to see if use of topical ketoconazole will improve rashes in patients with EGFR inhibitor-induced rash.
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