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Figure 59.1
(a) Scleromyxoedema. The typical triad of microscopic features with diffuse dermal mucin deposition, fibroblast proliferation and fibrotic collagen. (...
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Figure 59.5
Scleromyxoedema. Deep longitudinal erythematous folding on the forehead (leonine face). (Courtesy of D. Metze, MD, Munster, Germany.)
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Figure 59.9
Acral persistent papular mucinosis. Multiple skin‐coloured papules on the dorsal aspect of the hand.
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Figure 59.13
Pretibial myxoedema with diffuse non‐pitting oedema and plaque‐like lesions on the legs.
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Figure 59.17
(a) Papular and nodular mucinosis in connective tissue disease. (b) Abundant mucin deposition throughout the reticular dermis (Alcian blue stain).
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Figure 59.21
(a) Pinkus follicular mucinosis. A sharply demarcated erythematous plaque with follicular prominence. (b) Alopecic plaque in follicular mucinosis. (c)...
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Figure 59.2
Scleromyxoedema. Widespread eruption of closely spaced papules on the back of the hand.
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Figure 59.6
Scleromyxoedema. Deep furrowing on the shoulders and back (Shar‐Pei sign).
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Figure 59.10
Discrete papular lichen myxoedematosus. Mucinous skin‐coloured papules on the trunk.
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Figure 59.14
Pretibial myxoedema of nodular type.
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Figure 59.18
Self‐healing cutaneous mucinosis. Mucinous subcutaneous nodules and papules on the periarticular areas of the hand in a child.
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Figure 59.3
Scleromyxoedema. Papules on the thigh.
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Figure 59.7
Scleromyxoedema. ‘Doughnut sign’ on the proximal interphalangeal joints.
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Figure 59.11
Reticular erythematous mucinosis in the midline of the chest and abdomen.
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Figure 59.15
Elephantiasic pretibial myxoedema. (Courtesy of B. Cribier, MD, Strasbourg, France.)
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Figure 59.19
Cutaneous focal mucinosis. A solitary whitish papule with cystic appearance.
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Figure 59.4
Scleromyxoedema. Papules behind the ear.
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Figure 59.8
(a) Microscopic features of acral persistent papular mucinosis. Focal mucin accumulation in the upper dermis sparing a grenz zone without fibroblast p...
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Figure 59.12
Scleredema in a diabetic patient with firm non‐pitting oedema and induration on the upper back, neck and shoulders on erythematous background.
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Figure 59.16
Localized myxoedema on the preradial area. Note the orange peel appearance. (Courtesy of S. Verma, MD, Vadodara, Gujarat, India.)
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Figure 59.20
Digital myxoid cyst. A translucent dome‐shaped nodule on the distal interphalangeal joint of the finger.