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Don't be rash! Part 3 (Teacher: Michael)

A rubella or German measles rash tends to consist of small, flat pink spots. But these can also run together to form red blotches, making it difficult to differentiate between rash of measles and rash of German measles.

If rash is confined to face, then it may be acne. If it is accompanied by severe pain, then shingles is leading contender. On feet, athlete's foot is possible diagnosis, and likely to be condition known as intertrigo.

When rash consists of weeping, pus-filled spots, then impetigo is most likely diagnosis.

Among babies and small children, ordinary heat rash is most common. Although it usually occurs - as its name suggests - in warm weather, heat rash can also develop in cold if baby is covered with too many clothes or bed clothes.

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