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Alteration in skin color < 1 cm

Macule

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Alteration in skin color > 1 cm

Patch

3

Solid elevation < 1 cm

Papule

4

Solid elevation > 1 cm

Nodule

5

Solid elevation many cm in size

Tumor

6

Elevated flat lesion > 1 cm

Plaque

7

Elevated and transient

Wheal

8

Fluid-filled elevation < 1 cm

Vesicle

9

Fluid-filled elevation > 1 cm

Bulla

10

Pus-filled elevation < 1 cm

Pustule

11

Thinning and induration

Atrophy & Sclerosis

12

A scratch

Excoriation

13

Thickening with increased skin markings

Lichenification

14

Loss of epidermis

Erosion

15

Loss of tissue extending into the dermis

Ulceration

16

Congealed serum, blood, or pus

Crust

17

Hemorrhagic crust

Eschar

18

follicular lesion intrinsic to acne

Comedone

19

linear papule suggestive of scabies

Burrow

20

Lesion Attributes - Color: blanchable redness

Erythema

21

Lesion Attributes - Color: red/purple, non-blanchable, < 5 mm

Petechia

22

Lesion Attributes - Color: red/purple, non-blanchable, 5-10 mm

Purpura

23

Lesion Attributes - Color: red/purple, non-blanchable, > 10mm

Ecchymoses

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Types of Scale: Silver/white, flaky

Psoriasiform

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Types of Scale: Shiny, firm, adherent

Lichenoid

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Types of Scale: Fine, powdery

Pityriasis-type

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Types of Scale: Epithelial disruption (e.g. fissuring, crusting) & Poor demarcation

Eczematous

28

What organism/virus has this shape: Annular

tinea faceii

29

What organism/virus has this Shape: Serpiginous

larva migrans

30

What is the etiology of a skin marking with this shape: Linear

contact dermatitis

31

What organism/virus has this arrangement: Linear

lichen striatus

32

What organism/virus has this anatomic distribution of lesion: Intertriginous

erythrasma

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What organism/virus has this anatomic distribution of lesion: Dermatomal

herpes zoster