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Figure 04.1
Sparing underneath the concha of the ear in chronic actinic dermatitis – sometimes called Wilkinson's triangle after the late Dr D. S. Wilkinson, one ...
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Figure 04.5
Grouping in a linear distribution ascending the distal limb – so‐called sporotrichoid distribution of a Mycobacterium marinum infection.
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Figure 04.9
Discoid lesions: (a) discoid eczema; (b) discoid hyperpigmentation and unusual haemorrhagic lesions due to the practice of cupping.
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Figure 04.13
Serpiginous lesions on the foot in cutaneous larva migrans.
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Figure 04.17
Pinching and stretching of the skin can elicit diagnostic features in some lesions: (a) pinching a dermatofibroma between the fingers causes it to dip...
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Figure 04.21
A positive prick test to latex.
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Figure 04.2
Sparing of the head and neck by garments in quinine‐induced photo‐lichenoid eruption.
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Figure 04.6
Examples of annular lesions: (a) granuloma annulare; (b) porokeratosis; and (c) tinea corporis.
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Figure 04.10
A collarette scale surrounding an eccrine poroma.
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Figure 04.14
Reticulate lesions: (a) reticulate lichen planus on the lower lip – note also florid lichen planus on the fingers; and (b) erythema ab igne from resti...
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Figure 04.18
Wood's light illumination of erythrasma of the groins – the fluorescence is coral pink.
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Figure 04.3
Characteristic grouping of lesions: (a) blisters in a ring like a ‘string of pearls’ in linear immunoglobulin A (IgA) bullous dermatosis; (b) grouped ...
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Figure 04.7
Examples of arcuate and polycyclic lesions: (a) erythema annulare centrifugum; (b) elastosis perforans serpiginosum – note the abnormal elastic tissue...
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Figure 04.11
Colour and its variability can be diagnostically invaluable: (a) the yellow colour of xanthomas; (b) black, blue, grey and white in a malignant melano...
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Figure 04.15
Digitate lesions in chronic superficial scaly dermatosis.
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Figure 04.19
A reflectance confocal microscope.
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Figure 04.4
Examples of linear lesions: (a) ‘strimmer’ phytophotodermatosis; (b) linear epidermal naevus; (c) growth striae; and (d) lichen striatus.
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Figure 04.8
Livedoid lesions: (a) diffuse dermal angiomatosis of the breast; (b) broken livedo reticularis in cutaneous polyarteritis nodosum.
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Figure 04.12
Target lesions in erythema multiforme.
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Figure 04.16
Blaschkoid lesions in incontinentia pigmenti.
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Figure 04.20
Basal cell carcinoma. A comparison of standard H&E histology and reflectance confocal microscopical appearances.