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Vesicles on the chin (in pemphigus)

(A) Bulla (in erythema multiforme),

(B) target (or iris) lesion

(A) Telangiectasia, (B) nodule, (C) ulcer (in squamous cell carcinoma)

Wheals (urticaria) in a drug eruption in an infant

(A) Patch, (B) nodules—a combination typical of neurofibromatosis. This patch is a cafe-au-lait spot.

Wheals (urticaria) in a drug eruption in an infant

(A) Patch, (B) nodules—a combination typical of neurofibromatosis. This patch is a cafe-au-lait spot.

(A) Vesicle, (B) pustule, (C) erosions, (D) crust, on the back of a knee (in infected atopic dermatitis)

Plaques with scales on the front of a (A) Excoriation, (B) lichenification on the leg knee (in psoriasis) (in atopic dermatitis)

(Source of all photos except for Macules: Sauer GC: Manual of Skin Diseases, 5 th ed. Philadelphia, JB Lippincott, 1985)

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