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Child has red mark on the sole with yellow center, not raised or swollen. Bruise?

my son has a large blood red mark on the bottom of his foot . at first i thought it was paint but nothing came off when I scrubbed at it. it looks like it may be a bruise of some sort, but deeper red than any bruise i ve ever seen. it is painless for him, i poked and squeezed and it did not hurt, he s not even sure how it happened. he does play sports and had a soccer game today. it is not raised or swollen, I saw no indication of bites or puncture marks. it has a yellow center. is this just a bruise? or could it be somehting else?
Asked On : Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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Hi i think it is called can be cured by keeping the legs in lukewarm water for 15 minutes.clean it.then apply duofilm lotion over the lesions and wadh off after 1 hourr it gets subsided within one month.if not get cured consult a nearby dermatologist for electrocautery
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