This image displays grouped blisters on the palm and fingers typical of a herpes virus infection.
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Below you will find information and pictures regarding conditions of the palm of the hand in male infants. A baby's palm may have a reaction to anything he or she touches, which may cause allergic contact dermatitis or irritant contact dermatitis. Viral infections are often transferred to the baby's mouth, such as hand-foot-and-mouth disease and herpes simplex virus. The palm can also be affected by warts and other infections of the skin, such as cellulitis. The page below illustrates these conditions with photographs. Click the infant palm pictures below for advice about when it is important to seek medical care.