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  • absence of melanocytes
  • causes depigmentation

Vitiligo

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  • associated with defects in collagen support structure of dermis

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

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  • location: flexor surfaces in adults
  • etiology: filaggrin mutation
  • associated with asthma and allergic rhinitis
  • staph aureus is suggested to exacerbate this disorder
  • in children, is on cheecks and extensor surfaces
  • eczema is type of atopic dermatitis

Atopic Dermatitis

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  • type of atopic dermatitis

Eczema

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  • etiology: common irritants
  • caused by perfume, soap, etc

Irritant Contact Dermatitis

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  • etiology: common allergens
  • delayed type hypersensitiviey reaction (type 4)
  • diagnosis confirmed with patch testing
  • skin biopsy would reveal spongiotic dermatitis
  • caused by poison ivy

Allergic Contact Dermatitis

7

  • location: lower legs
  • etiology: lower extremity edema

Stasis Dermatitis

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Lichen Simplex Chronicus

9

  • same as nummular eczema
  • round, annular, scaly plaques
  • due to dry skin
  • overuse of soap can make this worse

Numular Dermatitis

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  • location: scalp
  • etiology: malassezia furfur
  • also known as cradle cap
  • infection of sebaceous glands

Seborrheic Dermatitis

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  • location: extensor surfaces
  • may include arthritis
  • may be associated with increased cardiovascular risk

Chronic Plaque Psoriasis

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Guttate Psoriasis

  • associated with strep

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  • skin cancer
  • most common
  • pearly
  • common on nose
  • common PATCH1 mutation: most BCC have loss of PATCH1 that normally block SMOOTHENED gene
  • tx: mohs surgery, vismoedgib (blocks smoothend gene)

Basal Cell

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  • second most common skin cancer
  • occurs more common in immunosupporessed pts
  • keratoacanthoma is a type of this cancer
    • center crater
    • develop rapidly
  • on sunexposed skin, HPV, thermal injury
  • actinic keratosis is premalignant skin lesion

Squamous Cell

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  • skin cancer
  • common mutation: BRAF
  • tx: vemurafinib
  • breslow thickness: measurement of depth of tumor
  • clark level: layers of skin affected

Melanoma

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  • often associated with immunodeficiency

Kaposi Sarcome

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  • can be treated with beta blockers
  • most common benign soft tissue tumor of infants
  • GLUT1 positive

Infantile Hemangioma

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  • most common benign vascular tumor in adults

Cherry Angioma

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  • associated with high levels of GLUT-1 expression (a placenta associated marker)
  • also called strawberry hemangioma
  • often develops rapidly in first 3 months of life
  • involution (decrease) common into adulthood (50% by 5, 70% by 7, 90% by 9)

Infantile Hemangioma

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  • associated with glaucoma and seizures
  • assocaited with sturge weber in infants with port wine stain in trigemminal nerve

Port Wine Stain

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  • linear plaque on the face or scalp
  • yellow-orange
  • associated with allopecia
  • assocated with mutations in HRAS and KRAS

Nevus Sebaceus

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  • most commonly on face>trunk>extremity
  • beign tumor of oil gland

Sebaceus Hyperplasia

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Acrochordon

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  • benign tumor of adipose tissue
  • often soft, movable, painless

Lipoma

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  • from fibroblast
  • firm papule
  • most common on legs
  • dimple sign is characteristic (Fitzpatrick sign)

Dermatofibroma

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  • scar gowth above and beyond original border
  • composed of type 3 or type 1 collagen

Keloid Scar

27

  • sudden appearance associated with adenocarcinoma of the stomach
  • barnicles of life
  • appear dark in people with dark complexion- Morgan Freeman

Seborrheic Karatosis

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  • head and neck most common
  • similar in color to shade of skin

Intradermal Nevus

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  • flat macules
  • palms and soles most common

Junctional Nevus

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  • trunk and proximal extremities
  • color brown to black

Compound Nevus

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  • more common in asians and causcasians

Blue Nevus

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  • low risk of progressing to malignant melanoma

Congenital Nevi

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  • usually apparent by 20 years

Dysplastic Nevus

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  • biggest risk factor for melanoma
  • familial atypical moles and melanoma
  • criteria:
    • The occurrence of malignant melanoma in 1 or more first- or second-degree relatives

    • The presence of numerous (often >50) melanocytic nevi, some of which are clinically atypical

    • Many of the associated nevi showing certain histologic features

  •  CDK2NA mapped to 9p21 

  • CDK4 mapped to 12q14  

  • CMM1 mapped to 1p

FAMMM Syndrome

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  • six or more cafe au lait spots
  • two or more neurofibromas
  • axillary or inguinal freckling (Crowe's sign)
  • first degree relative with disorder
  • optic glioma (iris freckles)
  • autosomal dominant
  • Defect in neurofibromin gene, a tumor suppressor, on chromosome 17 for NF-1

Neurofibromatosis

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  • multiple lesions associated with neurofibromatosis

Cafe au Lait Patch

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  • melassezia furfur is causative agent
  • diagnos with KOH

Tinea Versicolor

38

  • acquired disease involving antibodies to cell-to-cell adhesion molecules in the stratum spinosum (keratinocytes)
  • attacks desmosomes

Permphigus Vulgaris

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  • vitamin cross links tropocollagen together
  • this disease is characterized by lack of vitamin C
  • SS: keratotic plugging of hairs, corkscrew hairs, hemorrhagic gingivitis

Scurvy

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  • type 2 antibody mediated
  • detachment between dermis and epidermis- hemidesomsomes

Bullous Pemphigoid

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  • do not debride
  • tx with steroids and immunosuppression

Pyoderma Gangrenosum

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  • associated with hepatitis

Lichen Planus

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  • with internal malignancies, pts tend to have weight loss- most common is stomach cancer
  • thickening of the skin
  • common causes: obesity, diabetes

Acanthosis Nigricans

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  • filagrin mutation

Icthyosis Vulgaris

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  • honey colored
  • associated with bacteria like strep and staph
  • can be bullus (staph) or non-bullus (strep/staph)

Impetigo

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  • begins 7-14 days after taking new medication
  • located over trunk and extremities

Drug Eruption

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  • inital presentation is chancre
  • secondary skin lesions form 4-10 weeks after onset of chancre
  • sometimes presents with lymphadenopathy
  • moth-eaten alopecia

Syphilis

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  • can also have black dot appearance
  • casued by fungus
  • test is KOH, dermatophyte test medium (changes colors)
  • other types:
    • tinia faciei- face
    • tinia barbae- beard area
    • tinia corpus- body
    • tinia pedis- feet
    • tinia manum- one hand two feet syndrome

Tinia Capitis

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fungus under nails

Onychomycosis

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  • infestation
  • burrows and genital nodules
  • use mineral oil wet prep for diagnosis

Scabies

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  • fungus

Oral Candidiasis (Thrush)