Child with measles - below
Measles rash close up - early measles - below:
Above: This is a close-up picture of a measles rash early in the infection. The rash starts with small red spots that are slightly raised.
Above: This is a close-up picture of a measles rash later in the infection. The previous picture shows the distinct red spots that occur early in the infection, while this photo shows how the red spots have multiplied so much they've joined together.
Above Picture: Koplik spots are a prodromic viral enanthem of measles manifesting two days before the measles rash itself. They are characterized as clustered, white lesions on the buccal mucosa near each Stenson's duct (on the buccal mucosa opposite the maxillary 2nd molars) and are pathognomonic for measles. The textbook description of Koplik spots is ulcerated mucosal lesions marked by necrosis, neutrophilic exudate, and neovascularization.They are described as appearing like "grains of salt on a wet background" and often fade as the maculopapular rash develops.
Below: classic measles face
Above: child with classic measles face
Below: measles rash on face
Above: measles rash on face
Below: measles rash on body
Above: measles rash on body
Below: koplik spots in mouth
Above: koplik spots in mouth
Below: rash of measles on back and legs
Above: rash of measles on back and legs
Below: close up of typical measles rash on upper leg
Above: measles pictures - rash on upper leg - close up