Child with Chickenpox
The video shows a boy with chickenpox. We can see typical chickenpox in various stages of development scattered around his body. This is typical for this childhood disease.
This boy has chickenpox. Typically, for chickenpox, he has rashes in different stages spread around the body. The rashes appear as small red dots, thin-walled blisters, and dry scabs. He also has painful blisters in the mouth.
More For You
- Baby Development Tracker
- Attention for ADHD: 9 Key Facts
- Announcing the 2012 Parents Magazine Cover Contest Semi-Finalists winners of the New York City photo shoot!
- Celeb Moms and Their Pregnancy Cravings
- Be a Spring Explorer: 5 Nature Activities for Kids
- Parents.com Too Sick for School Quiz
- Conceiving in Your 20s, 30s & 40s
- Fabulous Babymoon Destinations
- Guns Within Reach
- What's Good Now? A Guide to Spring Veggies