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Figure 155.1
Intrinsic ageing features on the upper, inner aspect of the arm showing fine wrinkling, homogenous colour, and lack of telangiectases and dyspigmentat...
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Figure 155.5
Ecchymotic patches over the extensor forearms, known as Bateman purpura, represent an extreme example of superimposed intrinsic and extrinsic ageing.
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Figure 155.2
(a) Atrophic extrinsic ageing showing fine wrinkling, telangiectases, and dyspigmentation in the form of patchy, ill‐defined hyperpigmentation. (b) Hy...
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Figure 155.6
(a) Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a fibroblast (computer stained purple for clarity) within the dermis of sun‐protected skin in a young ad...
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Figure 155.3
Posterior neck skin ageing showing coarse wrinkling in a cross‐hatched configuration and bronzed coloration.
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Figure 155.7
Molecular mechanisms in ageing skin. Collagen fibril fragmentation is a critical mediator that links episodic UV exposure, photoageing and natural age...
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Figure 155.4
 The extensor surface of the lower extremity is a common site for idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis.