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  1. ... person's back appear where blisters (bullae) caused by Erythema multiforme have ruptured and the overlying skin removed ( ... The resulting lesions are yellow-crusted ulcers (erosions). Erythema multiforme may be associated with herpes simplex infection, ...
  2. Erythema migrans is the initial lesion of Lyme disease, and often appears at the site of the ...
  3. Newborn infants may have Erythema toxicum, a rash that is characterized by patchy redness with central vesicles. The rash is temporary, and the location may ...
  4. Erythema multiforme on the hands. These lesions are circular and may appear in concentric rings (often called ...
  5. Erythema multiforme lesions are circular and may appear in concentric rings (often called target lesions). Target lesions ...
  6. Erythema multiforme lesions are often referred to as target lesions because of the concentric rings the lesions ...
  7. Erythema toxicum neonatorum is a skin condition seen in about half of newborn infants. It consists of ...
  8. ... shape. In this picture, there is also redness (erythema).
  9. This individual has erythema multiforme minor, with "target" lesions on his hands. His condition may result from a recurrent herpes simplex virus infection ...
  10. ... on the body, it is referred to as erythema annulare, shown here on the forearm. There are ...
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