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Figure 86.1
Excoriations in delusions of parasitosis in an amphetamine addict.
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Figure 86.5
Sample of the fibres that a patient with Morgellons disease brought to clinic.
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Figure 86.9
Acne excoriée.
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Figure 86.13
Russell's sign: callosities of the knuckles from manual forced vomiting in bulimia.
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Figure 86.17
Dermatitis factitia. (a) Crude, linear, angulated and destructive factitious dermatitis. (b) Note the straight edges and sharp angulation of some of t...
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Figure 86.21
Non‐healing wound after surgery with characteristic central ’interference haemorrhage’.
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Figure 86.2
Patient with delusional infestation. The marks on the legs are where the patient applied elastic bands to stop the ’worms’ from travelling up his leg ...
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Figure 86.6
(a) A patient with nodular prurigo. (b, c) Close up of noduar prurigo.
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Figure 86.10
Childhood trichotillomania showing eyelash involvement with hair loss and broken‐off hairs. This child also had scalp involvement.
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Figure 86.14
Dermatitis artefacta. (a) Symmetrical and predominantly monomorphic lesions on the hands. (b) Severe dermatitis artefacta resulting from a patient who...
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Figure 86.18
Persistent ulceration of the breast from covert injections of milk and talcum powder.
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Figure 86.22
Glue applied to look like herpes zoster.
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Figure 86.3
(a) Container brought in by a patient with delusional parasitosis. (b) ’Specimen sign’ for delusional infestation.
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Figure 86.7
(a,b) Facial picking disorder.
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Figure 86.11
Adult trichotillomania. (a) Extensive hair loss with a preserved tuft over the occiput. (b) Patient with hairs at different lengths.
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Figure 86.15
Scarring from deliberate self‐cutting over a birthmark.
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Figure 86.19
Dermatitis artefacta (a) of the ankle, and (b) close up of a lesion.
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Figure 86.23
Diogenes syndrome in a young man showing accretions of facial keratin and debris.
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Figure 86.4
Management algorithm for delusional infestation. (From Lepping et al . 2014 [ ]. Reproduced with permission of Wiley.)
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Figure 86.8
Acne excoriée. (a) Habitual scarring lesions of the cheek and chin. (b) Lesions on the forehead.
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Figure 86.12
Gastric trichobezoar on barium contrast examination showing a lace‐like pattern of the mass of hairs.
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Figure 86.16
Factitious disease of skin on the chin and the ’Mona Lisa smile’.
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Figure 86.20
Dermatitis factitia showing the drip sign.