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[Dermatology] Atlas of Cutaneous Signs and Diagnosis (Part 1)

These are pictures of Cutaneous Signs and Diagnosis (Part 1). This is a part in Cutaneous Signs and Diagnosis of the Andrews' Diseases of the Skin Clinical Atlas 1st Edition 2018 book


The astute clinician uses the appearance of the eruption and its accompanying symptoms to arrive at an accurate diagnosis. A symptom, such as itch or pain, is something that the patient reports. In contrast, a sign is elicited by the physician during examination. Pain is a symptom; tenderness to palpation is a sign.

This chapter will focus on the morphologic patterns skin lesions may have primarily or acquire over the course of time. The latter are called secondary characteristics and are not as  helpful diagnostically as those present at the onset of the condition. Examples of each primary and secondary lesion are included, as well as other fndings that are utilized to narrow the differential diagnosis such as the confguration, grouping, and color.

Finally, examples throughout will emphasize that the astute clinician should utilize all observable fndings, inducing those of the hair, nails, and mucous membranes.
Fig. 2.1 Nevus of ota (macule).
Fig. 2.1 Nevus of ota (macule).  

Fig. 2.2 Axillary freckling neurofbromatosis (macules).
Fig. 2.2 Axillary freckling
neurofbromatosis (macules). 


Fig. 2.3 Voriconazole-induced lentigines (macules).
Fig. 2.3 Voriconazole-induced lentigines (macules).  

Fig. 2.4 Vitiligo (patch).
Fig. 2.4 Vitiligo (patch).  

Fig. 2.5 Nevus depigmentosus (patch).
Fig. 2.5 Nevus depigmentosus (patch). 

Fig. 2.6 Drug eruption (macules, some small papules present surmounting the erythema).
Fig. 2.6 Drug eruption (macules, some small papules present
surmounting the erythema).
  

Fig. 2.7 Drug eruption (morbilliform appearance).
Fig. 2.7 Drug eruption (morbilliform appearance).  

Fig. 2.8 Sarcoidosis (papules).
Fig. 2.8 Sarcoidosis (papules).  

Fig. 2.9 Eruptive xanthomas (papules). Yellow color is uncommon in the skin and helps to narrow the differential diagnosis.
Fig. 2.9 Eruptive xanthomas (papules). Yellow color is uncommon in
the skin and helps to narrow the differential diagnosis.
  

Fig. 2.10 Darier disease (papules).
Fig. 2.10 Darier disease (papules).  

Fig. 2.11 Verruca vulgaris (scaly papule).
Fig. 2.11 Verruca vulgaris (scaly papule).  

Fig. 2.12 Hypertrophic lupus erythematosus (scaly papules and plaques).
Fig. 2.12 Hypertrophic lupus erythematosus (scaly papules and
plaques).
  

Fig. 2.13 Oral hairy leukoplakia (plaques)
Fig. 2.13 Oral hairy leukoplakia (plaques)  

Fig. 2.14 Psoriasis (plaques).
Fig. 2.14 Psoriasis (plaques).  

Fig. 2.15 Xanthomas in homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia (plaques of yellow color).
Fig. 2.15 Xanthomas in homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia
(plaques of yellow color).
 
 

Fig. 2.16 Dermatofbroma sarcoma protuberans (nodule)
Fig. 2.16 Dermatofbroma sarcoma protuberans (nodule)  

Fig. 2.17 Acute myelogenous leukemia (nodules)
Fig. 2.17 Acute myelogenous leukemia (nodules)  

Fig. 2.18 Erythema nodosum (subcutaneous nodules).
Fig. 2.18 Erythema nodosum
(subcutaneous nodules).

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REFERENCES
Andrews' Diseases of the Skin Clinical Atlas 1st Edition 2018

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