Scars or Marks From Rash/Wound

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  • Skin over my fingers are hardened

  • Scars or marks from the rash/wound

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Content updated on Sep 6, 2022

About the symptom

Post-inflammatory scarring is the scar that is formed after the skin is injured or irritated resulting in inflammation.

Possible causes

  • Acne vulgaris(acne)

    Also known as pimples, acne result from a blocked swollen pore. Causes include changes in hormone levels (e.g. puberty), medications, and direct pressure to the skin.

  • Milia

    Milia are tiny white bumps that commonly appear on the skin. Milia occur when dead skin cells don't slough away, get caught under the new skin and harden. They can develop at any age, but most common among newborns and commonly appear on a baby's nose, chin or cheeks. In older people they also occur mainly on the face, but can occur anywhere.

  • Chronic pyoderma

    Chronic pyoderma is a rare, long-term, and often recurring skin condition. Bumps or blisters (anywhere on the skin but most frequently on the legs) merge to form potentially large ulcers or open sores. The cause is unclear but is thought to be related to an immune system problem. Adults with immune system disorders, certain cancers, or recent skin injuries are at a higher risk of developing this condition.

  • Pemphigoid group
  • Pyoderma Gangrenosum
  • Congenital bullous disease

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  • Do you have scars or marks where the rashes/wound was previously?

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