Multiple non‐inflamed nodules in a patient with Hurley stage II disease of the genital area.
Scar: rope‐like band formed by fibrotic tissue, most often seen in the axillae.
Nodules and sinus tracts involving the buttocks.
Hurley stage II disease of the genito‐femoral area. (a) Hurley stage II is a broad category which may involve more severe disease as shown here. (b) I...
Classical axillary abscess as seen in hidradenitis suppurativa.
Tombstone comedones in the axilla.
Ectopic disease with retroauricular involvement.
Hurley stage III disease. (a) Non‐draining, confluent, chronic lesions involving the entire axilla. (b) Active draining lesions in the axilla.
Non‐draining sinus, recognized by the palpable oblong shape.
Follicular pattern involving the genito‐femoral area showing non‐active disease.
Ectopic plaque on the chest of a patient. Notice the classical involvement seen in the axillae.
Management flow chart for the initial treatment of hidradenitis suppurativa according to the Hurley stage. Arrows indicate the recommended sequence of...