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Figure 96.1
Actinic elastosis on the neck of an elderly female patient.
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Figure 96.5
(a,b) Adult colloid milium with multiple tiny yellowish translucent papules on the dorsum of the nose (a) with close‐up view of papules on the cheek (...
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Figure 96.9
(a,b) Severe generalized cutaneous atrophy in a 29‐year‐old female as the result of using inhaled corticosteroids for asthma since the age of 7; (b) n...
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Figure 96.13
Atrophy due to onchocerciasis. (From Murdoch et al . 1993 [ ], courtesy of Dr M. Murdoch, West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Hertfordshire, UK....
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Figure 96.17
Spontaneous atrophic scarring of the cheeks (varioliform atrophy).
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Figure 96.21
Paroxysmal haematoma of the finger. (Courtesy of Dr J. Verbov, Royal Liverpool University Hospitals, Liverpool, UK.)
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Figure 96.25
Secondary anetoderma in chickenpox scar. (From Veraldi A, Schianchi R, Chickenpox, impetigo, and anetoderma Pediatric Dermatology 2006;23:305–6. Wit...
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Figure 96.29
Typical actinic granulomas on the face and neck of an elderly man.
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Figure 96.33
(a,b) Palmar fascial fibromatosis: clinical image illustrating (a) typical fixed contraction of the little finger, and (b) low‐power photomicrograph s...
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Figure 96.37
Pachydermodactyly. (Courtesy of Dr A. Chamberlain, Churchill Hospital, Oxford, UK.)
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Figure 96.41
Vinyl chloride‐induced osteolysis affecting fingertips.
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Figure 96.45
(a,b) Contrast between two scars from the presternal area: (a) spontaneous keloid, and (b) hypertrophic scar following excision of benign mole; the fo...
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Figure 96.49
(a,b) Keloid nodule: large well‐circumscribed dermal nodule sparing papillary dermis (a); higher‐power view with haphazardly arranged thick sclerotic ...
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Figure 96.53
(a,b) Acquired perforating dermatosis: a 48‐year‐old woman with a 25‐year history of type 1 diabetes with retinopathy and renal failure; and a 12‐year...
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Figure 96.2
Actinic elastosis showing confluent masses of amorphous basophilic material in the papillary and upper reticular dermis with atrophy of the overlying ...
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Figure 96.6
More advanced adult colloid milium manifesting as confluent plaques of the infraorbital region but with individual papules discernible at the margins....
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Figure 96.10
Pubertal growth striae across the back of an adolescent boy: note that these are normally all horizontally arranged right across the back (compare wit...
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Figure 96.14
Stellate pseudoscars on the forearm of an elderly woman. There was no history of trauma.
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Figure 96.18
Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans: image captured soon after commencement of antibiotic therapy; note atrophic wrinkled appearance of the skin at th...
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Figure 96.22
Acquired cutis laxa following a generalized inflammatory dermatitis in an 18‐month‐old child. (From Haider et al . [ ], with permission from John Wil...
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Figure 96.26
Idiopathic mid‐dermal elastolysis. (Courtesy of Dr L. Ostlere, St George's Hospital, London, UK.)
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Figure 96.30
(a,b) Annular elastolytic giant cell granuloma: low‐power view showing intense granulomatous inflammation (a) and elastorrhexis with loss of elastic f...
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Figure 96.34
Plantar fibromatosis.
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Figure 96.38
White fibrous papulosis of the neck. (Courtesy of Professor H. Shimizu, Sapporo Hospital, Tokyo, Japan.)
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Figure 96.42
Scleroderma and scarring of the face due to porphyria cutanea tarda.
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Figure 96.46
Extensive disfiguring keloids affecting an Afro‐Caribbean woman.
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Figure 96.50
Fresh keloids arising in striae gravidarum 3 years after pregnancy.
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Figure 96.54
Elastosis perforans serpiginosa: note acanthotic epidermis growing downward in order to surround and engulf a focus of basophilic elastotic debris. (...
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Figure 96.3
(a,b) Nodular actinic elastosis with comedones and cysts (Favre–Racouchot syndrome): early stages in a 78‐year‐old woman (a) and advanced stage in an ...
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Figure 96.7
Striae of the legs due to long‐term application of a potent topical steroid in a young woman with psoriasis.
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Figure 96.11
Striae due to obesity in a young man.
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Figure 96.15
Brown pseudoscars of the legs due to diabetic dermopathy. There was no history of trauma.
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Figure 96.19
Follicular atrophoderma in Conradi syndrome.
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Figure 96.23
Post‐inflammatory elastolysis and cutis laxa (Marshall syndrome) in a 6‐year‐old boy showing acute inflammatory phase (a) progressing to large plaques...
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Figure 96.27
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Figure 96.31
Actinic granuloma on a bald scalp. (Courtesy of Professor Luis Requena, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain.)
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Figure 96.35
(a) Normal erect penis. (b) Erect penis with deformation from Peyronie disease showing a fibrous plaque causing ‘waisting’.
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Figure 96.39
Camptodactyly in the ring and little fingers. (From Almeida SF, Monteiro AV, Lanes RCdS. Evaluation of treatment for camptodactyly: retrospective anal...
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Figure 96.43
Constricting band across the thigh of a 6‐month‐old infant.
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Figure 96.47
(a,b) Earlobe keloid.
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Figure 96.51
Acquired perforating dermatosis: close‐up view of the back of a 65‐year‐old woman with longstanding diabetes.
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Figure 96.55
Elastosis perforans serpiginosa in a boy with Down syndrome.
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Figure 96.4
(a,b) Collagenous and elastotic marginal plaques of the hands: linear plaque involving radial aspect of the right index finger of a 49‐year‐old woman ...
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Figure 96.8
Localized atrophy due to injection of a steroid (triamcinolone 40 mg/mL) into the skin between the second and third metatarsals.
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Figure 96.12
Poikilodermatous mycosis fungoides.
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Figure 96.16
Congenital erosive and vesicular dermatosis with reticulate scarring. (From De Lange et al . 2009 [ ], with permission from John Wiley.)
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Figure 96.20
Atrophoderma of Pasini and Pierini.
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Figure 96.24
Primary anetoderma associated with antiphospholipid antibodies. (From Eungdamrong et al . [ ], with permission from Dermatology Online Journal .)
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Figure 96.28
Annular elastolytic giant cell granuloma: high‐power view showing fragments of degenerate elastic fibres engulfed by multinucleate giant cells. (Cour...
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Figure 96.32
(a–c) Acrokeratoelastoidosis.
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Figure 96.36
Knuckle pads. (From Hyman and Cohen [ ], with permission from Dermatology Online Journal .)
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Figure 96.40
Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis: Deep involvement where fibrosis pulls down a linear band of skin on the thighs (a); tightness and hardness of the hands...
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Figure 96.44
Ainhum, just before shedding of the fifth digit. (Courtesy of Dr D. Burley, Princess Margaret Hospital, Swindon, UK.)
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Figure 96.48
Keloid nodules secondary to acne.
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Figure 96.52
Acquired perforating dermatosis: invaginations of the epidermis enable columns of necrotic inflammatory debris to be extruded from the dermis. (Court...
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Figure 96.56
Elastosis perforans serpiginosa in a patient with vascular Ehlers–Danlos syndrome.