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Figure 47.1
Classic target lesion in erythema multiforme.
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Figure 47.5
Epidermal necrosis, epidermotropic cytotoxic lymphocytes, liquefaction basal layer degeneration and apoptotic cells in erythema multiforme. Magnificat...
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Figure 47.9
Histopathology of lesional skin showing upper dermal and perivascular lymphohistiocytic infiltrate. (Courtesy of Dr Jane Ravenscroft, Consultant Derm...
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Figure 47.13
Necrolytic migratory erythema in the groin area.
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Figure 47.2
Mucosal lesions in erythema multiforme.
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Figure 47.6
Histopathology of a subepidermal blister in erythema multiforme. Magnification 400× (H&E).
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Figure 47.10
Erythema annulare centrifugum. (a) Multiple polyclic annular lesions, some of which have an urticated edge. (b) Close up view of a lesion.
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Figure 47.14
111 In‐DTPA octreotide scan showing abnormal uptake in the liver and upper abdomen in a patient presenting with necrolytic migratory erythema secondar...
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Figure 47.3
(a) Widespread acutely inflamed target lesions, including blisters, in erythema multiforme on the hands and arm in a 33‐year‐old Asian man. (b) Classi...
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Figure 47.7
Erythema multiforme minor. Mucosal lesions.
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Figure 47.11
Histology of erythema annulare centrifugum showing a perivascular ‘sleeve‐like’ lymphohistiocytic infiltrate. (Courtesy of Dr Florence Deroide, The R...
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Figure 47.15
Single‐photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), CT and fused SPECT/CT images showing the primary pancreatic tumour and liver metastases. (Courtes...
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Figure 47.4
Eye involvement in erythema multiforme.
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Figure 47.8
Scattered lesions of annular erythema of infancy on (a) the back, (b) the upper leg and (c) the feet. (Parts b and c courtesy of Dr Jane Ravenscroft,...
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Figure 47.12
Histology of necrolytic migratory erythema showing necrosis and separation of the upper layers of the epidermis giving rise to intraepidermal clefting...
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Figure 47.16
Necrolytic migratory erythema pre‐treatment (a–c) and (d–f) post‐treatment with octreotide.