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HAM-PINK to red, inflamed, WELL-DEMARCATED geographic plaques, with THICK WHITE SCALE, and generalized over EXTENSOR SURFACES.

Psoriasis

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pink to SALMON OVAL shaped patches thin TRAILING CENTRAL SCALE sparsely scattered over the central trunk CHEST and ABDOMEN

Pityriasis Rosea

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Red to pink “target-like” or “TARGETOID” macules on the PALMS and SOLES non-descript pink macular and MORBILIFORM ON TRUNK MUCOSAL EROSIONS (oral, ocular, nasal and genital) with the major variant

Erythema Multiforme

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Asymptomatic ANNULAR PATCHES, CENTRAL CLEARING, WITHOUT SCALE DORSAL HANDS and FEET

Granuloma Annulare

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Pink to orange to hyperpigmented or hypo pigmented oval and annular patches on the central chest and back, with THIN SUPERFICIAL SCALE KOH positive scale

Tinea Versicolor

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Pink pruritic papules, some scale and some small linear vesicles and burrows, often in the skin folds especially the finger web spaces Never in mouth

Scabies

3

Mycosis Fungoides CTCL

Red to violaceous patches linear to oval and annular, with mild elevation and scale many variations MALIGNANCY

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Subacute lupus

ANNULAR and ARCUATE patches, may coalesce, upper chest and back

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Drug Rashes

Urticarial → small to large wheals which migrate form arcuate shapes and coalesce Morbilliform → measle-like (morbilliform) distribution of pink to red round patches Blistering and Necrolysis → ominous → initial erythroderma, bullae formation and sloughing of dead or necrotic skin, indicates “toxic epidermal necrolysis” or TEN which has a high mortality rate.

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Tinea aka Dermatophytosis

* PINK ANNULAR patches with an inflamed border and CENTRAL CLEARING with LEADING SCALE

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Red to violaceous patches linear to oval and annular, with mild elevation and scale many variations MALIGNANCY

Mycosis Fungoides CTCL

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Granuloma Annulare

Asymptomatic ANNULAR PATCHES, CENTRAL CLEARING, WITHOUT SCALE DORSAL HANDS and FEET

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Tinea Versicolor

Pink to orange to hyperpigmented or hypo pigmented oval and annular patches on the central chest and back, with THIN SUPERFICIAL SCALE KOH positive scale

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Chronic Lupus

Usually annular, elevated plaques, may depigment and scar

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Lichen Planus

VIOLACEOUS papules with LACY WHITE LINES and mild scale DORSAL HANDS and FEET WRISTS and ANKLES (dorsal and ventral)

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* PINK ANNULAR patches with an inflamed border and CENTRAL CLEARING with LEADING SCALE

Tinea aka Dermatophytosis

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Fever, cough Multiple Ellipitcal red macules with gray oval vesicle on skin painful ulcers on red base in mouth 2-3 mm hands, feet may have involvement

Hand Foot Mouth Dz

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Psoriasis

HAM-PINK to red, inflamed, WELL-DEMARCATED geographic plaques, with THICK WHITE SCALE, and generalized over EXTENSOR SURFACES.

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Erythema Multiforme

Red to pink “target-like” or “TARGETOID” macules on the PALMS and SOLES non-descript pink macular and MORBILIFORM ON TRUNK MUCOSAL EROSIONS (oral, ocular, nasal and genital) with the major variant

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Primary chancre less painful than herpes simplex may have “kissing” ulcerative lesions in the genital mucosa Secondary syphilis shows generalized round pink scaly asymptomatic patches, which are non-descript (not unique) PALMS and SOLES

Syphilis

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Urticarial → small to large wheals which migrate form arcuate shapes and coalesce Morbilliform → measle-like (morbilliform) distribution of pink to red round patches Blistering and Necrolysis → ominous → initial erythroderma, bullae formation and sloughing of dead or necrotic skin, indicates “toxic epidermal necrolysis” or TEN which has a high mortality rate.

Drug Rashes

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Usually annular, elevated plaques, may depigment and scar

Chronic Lupus

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Acute Cutaneous Lupus

Inflamed tender red skin, malar area of face and sun-exposed skin

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Eczema

Pink, pruritic, scaly patches and thin plaques POORLY DEMARCATED DIFFUSELY SPREAD characteristically on the FLEXOR surfaces

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Bright red, blanchable, expanding macule to patch, with some central clearing and central blue hue, warm to touch, but usually asymptomatic

Erythema Chronica Migrans Lyme

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Scabies

Pink pruritic papules, some scale and some small linear vesicles and burrows, often in the skin folds especially the finger web spaces Never in mouth

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Inflamed tender red skin, malar area of face and sun-exposed skin

Acute Cutaneous Lupus

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VIOLACEOUS papules with LACY WHITE LINES and mild scale DORSAL HANDS and FEET WRISTS and ANKLES (dorsal and ventral)

Lichen Planus

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ANNULAR and ARCUATE patches, may coalesce, upper chest and back

Subacute lupus

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Hand Foot Mouth Dz

Fever, cough Multiple Ellipitcal red macules with gray oval vesicle on skin painful ulcers on red base in mouth 2-3 mm hands, feet may have involvement