What Do Scabies Look like?

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Scabies resemble rashes or blisters. They can also emerge as pimples or small bumps which may contain pus. It is a contagious disease that is brought about by a microscopic mite that burrows into the upper skin layer.
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Scabies appears as a rash or pimples on the skin, and is latter manifested by blisters containing pus. It also manifests as thin black or red wavy lines. Scabies associated rash, pimples or burrows appear in parts of the body where skin folds, e.g. elbow creases and at the back of the knees.
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Scabies start by looking like bug bites. They often start in patches and spread all over the body. If not treated properly, they will soon turn into open sores.
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Scabies is caused by a tiny eight-legged mite that is one-third of a millimeter long and can be seen only with a magnifying glass or under a microscope. The mites, otherwise known
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they look like a second layer of skin underneath the first on and they hurt if u touch them.
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Scabies produces a skin rash composed of small red bumps and blisters and affects specific
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Scabies is a form of skin infection that spreads easily. They start off by looking like bug bites. They tend to start in one area and then spread to the rest of ...
Scabies is a skin infection caused by a mite and it normally occurs in areas where the skin creases and folds.On the human skin scabies looks like bumps, blisters ...
Scabies is a form of skin infection that spreads easily. They start off by looking like bug bites. They tend to start in one area and then spread to the rest of ...
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