Kind of lesions in dermatology 1- Primary Skin Lesions 2

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IN THE NAME OWNER OF
BEAUTY
Morphology
&
Terminology
Of
Skin Lesions
Morphology
&
Terminology
of
Skin Lesions
Kind of lesions in dermatology
1- Primary Skin Lesions
2-Secondary Skin Lesions
3- Special Skin lesions
PRIMARY LESIONS
macule
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Flat, circumscribed skin
discoloration that lacks
surface elevation or
depression
Vitiligo
Ink tattoo
Patch
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Flat, circumscribed
skin discoloration, a
very large macule
Vitiligo
Papule
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Elevated, solid lesion
<0.5 cm in diameter
B.C.C
Intradermal Nevi
Plaque
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Elevated,
solid”confluence of
papule”>0.5 cm in
diameter that lacks a
deep component
Psoriasis
M.F
Nodule
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Elevated, solid
lesion>0.5 cm in
diameter, a largerdeeper papule
Lipoma
Rheumatoid nudule
Vesicle
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Plaque that contains
clear fluid ,a blister
Herpes simplex
Herpes zoster
Contact dermatitis
Bulla
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Localized fluid
collection>0.5 cm in
diameter, a large
vesicle
Pemphigus vulgaris
Bullous pemphigoid
Bullous impetigo
Pustule
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Papule that contains
purulent material
Folliculitis
Impetigo
Acne
Pustular psoriasis
Wheal (Hive)
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Firm,edematous,plaque
that is evanescent and
pruritic, a hive
Urticaria
Urticaria pigmentosa
SECONDARY
LESIONS
Crust
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A collection of cellular
debris ,dried serum,and
blood
A scab antecedent
primary lesion is usually a
vesicle,bulla or pustule
Impetigo
Capitis Tinea
Erosion
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A partial focal loss of
epidermis, heals
without scarring
TEN
Perleche
Scale
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Thick stratum corneum
that results from
hyperproliferation or
increased cohesion of
keratinocytes
4S
Scarlet fever
Ulcer
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A full-thickness, focal
loss of dermis,heals
with scarring
Bed sore
Syphlis
Fissure
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Vertical loss of
epidermis and dermis
with sharply defined
walls, crack in skin
Perleche
Eczema
Scar
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A collection of new
connective tissue, may be
hypertrophic or atroohic
scar implies
dermoepidermal damage
Burn
Acne
Atrophy
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Thinning of the
epidermis, dermis or
fat that cause
depression in the skin
surface
Morphea
SPECIAL
SKIN
LESIONS
Excoriation
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Linear erosion
included by scratching
Scabies
Atopic Dermatitis
Prurigo
Comedo
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Folliculocentric
collection of sebum
and keratin
Acnea
DLE
Milia
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Millia are tiny pimple-like
spots usually on a
Newborn baby
Tiny white cyston the
surface of the skin
Sun Damage
Cyst
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Nodule that contains
fluid semisolidmaterial
Acne
Pilar cyst
Burrow
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An elevated channel
in the superficial
epidermis produced
by parasite such as
mite sarcoptes scabiei
Scabies
Lichenification
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Focal area of
thickened skin
produced by chronic
scratching or rubbing
Atophic Dermatitis
Telangiectasia
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Small, dilated
,superficial blood
vessels that disappear
with pressure
CREST Syndrome
Scleroderma
Rosacea
Petechiae
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A small purplish spot
on a body surface
caused by a minute
hemorrhage<0.5 cm
Vasculitis
DIC
Purpura
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A small purplish spot
on a body surface
caused by a minute
hemorrhage>0.5 cm
Platelet Disorder
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