Molluscum contagiosum is a common viral infection in children that causes round, flesh-colored bumps anywhere on the skin (excluding the palms of hands and soles of feet).
Molluscum is spread by skin-to-skin contact or contact with a contaminated object (washcloth, towel). This viral infection usually self-resolves over months, but it can become more severe and long-lasting in children with weakened immune systems.
Treatment for molluscum is optional and done for cosmetic reasons or to prevent further spread. Conventional therapy for molluscum includes freezing or scraping the bumps or applying topical medication.
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