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IN THE NAME OWNER OF BEAUTY. Morphology & Terminology Of Skin Lesions. Morphology & Terminology of Skin Lesions. Kind of lesions in dermatology 1- Primary Skin Lesions 2-Secondary Skin Lesions 3- Special Skin lesions. PRIMARY LESIONS.

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morphology terminology of skin lesions
Morphology

&

Terminology

Of

Skin Lesions

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Kind of lesions in dermatology1- Primary Skin Lesions2-Secondary Skin Lesions3- Special Skin lesions
macule
Flat, circumscribed skin discoloration that lacks surface elevation or depression

Vitiligo

Ink tattoo

macule
vesicle
Plaque that contains clear fluid ,a blister

Herpes simplex

Herpes zoster

Contact dermatitis

Vesicle
bulla
Localized fluid collection>0.5 cm in diameter, a large vesicle

Pemphigus vulgaris

Bullous pemphigoid

Bullous impetigo

Bulla
pustule
Papule that contains purulent material

Folliculitis

Impetigo

Acne

Pustular psoriasis

Pustule
crust
A collection of cellular debris ,dried serum,and blood

A scab antecedent primary lesion is usually a vesicle,bulla or pustule

Impetigo

Capitis Tinea

Crust
scale
Thick stratumcorneum that results from hyperproliferation or increased cohesion of keratinocytes

4S

Scarlet fever

Scale
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A collection of new connective tissue, may be hypertrophic or atroohic scar implies dermoepidermal damage

Burn

Acne

Scar
milia
Millia are tiny pimple-like spots usually on a

Newborn baby

Tiny white cyston the surface of the skin

Sun Damage

Milia
burrow
An elevated channel in the superficial epidermis produced by parasite such as mite sarcoptes scabiei

Scabies

Burrow
purpura
A small purplish spot

on a body surface

caused by a minute hemorrhage>0.5 cm

Platelet Disorder

Purpura