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Rashes on hands, feet, redness, raised bumps, splotches, red dots, dry peeling skin. Causes and treatment?

My granddaughter has a rash on her hands and feet .It is reddened, raised, splotchy, mixed with some pinpoint red dots and some flaky/peeling areas.She has no blisters in her mouth.And as far as we know never ran any fever. It doesn t apear to itch , because she is not scratching at it.She behaving normally ie.not tired ,irritable, no runny nose,cough or,fever. Any ideas what this may be?
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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Hi...dear strogdon..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
According to Ur medical history..,
it could be mosquito bite..,
Bcos it is localised only to limbs.,
occasionally itching...reddened raised lesions..,
Topical calamine lotion morning times.,
night Betamethasone and gentamycin cream on affected parts..,
Tab Atarax 10 mg daily for 15 days..,
Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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