Annular erythematous wheals.
Erythematous patches and plaques with surrounding pallor.
Superficial raised erythematous swelling/wheals affecting the chest.
Widespread erythema across upper chest anteriorly extending to neck. Well defined border at neck. Some wheals.
Extensive wheals affecting the upper chest and neck. Areas of sparing throughout and irregular borders.
Multiple discrete /coalescing wheals over torso and abdomen.
Wheal on cheek (with incidental papules suggesting mild acne).
Generalised raised pink/brown macular papular rash on the back of varying sizes.
Widespread homogeneous pink macules, patches and plaques with no obvious epidermal change.
Dermatitis over cheeks with a solitary urticated lesion over right upper eyelid. Asteatosis over cheeks bilaterally.
Widespread red, blotchy rash on abdomen.
Blotchy macular erythema on trunk. Could also be consistent with viral exanthem.
Erythematous edematous plaques "wheals" some of which are confluent on legs.
Confluent erythema affecting forearm with no associated angioedema.
Also known as wheals (hives) which are red, raised, itchy bumps or angioedema (deeper swelling of the skin or mucous membranes). They can be acute or chronic and commonly occur following an infection or as a result of an allergic reaction caused by irritants, insect bites, allergens. Treatment is typically with antihistamines and in severe cases with steroids.