The typical "honeycomb" is usually seen, which is a yellow, sticky type of crusting, which is its cardinal symptom
Painless, fluid-filled blisters — usually on the trunk, arms and legs. The skin around the blister is usually red and itchy but not sore. The blisters, which break and scab over with a yellow-colored crust, may be large or small, and may last longer than sores from other types of impetigo
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