A. Impetigo contagiosa
D. Bullous impetigo
lmpetigo contagiosa (Lesions: Honey coloured Crusted lesions)
Red sores appear around the mouth and nose, (occasionally they start in the extremities).
The sores soon burst and ooze either fluid or pus, leaving thick, yellowish-brownish golden crusts.
As the crusts dry, they leave a red mark which usually heals without any scarring.
Bullous impetigo mainly affects babies and children under the age of 2. Medium to large-sized fluid-filled blisters appear on the trunk, legs, and arms.
The skin around the blister is red and itchy, but not sore. They often spread rapidly and eventually burst, leaving a yellow crust. The crust normally heals with no scarring.