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TABLE 4-8 ■ Skin Lesions in Context

This table shows a variety of primary and secondary skin lesions. Try to identify them, including those indicated by letters, before reading the accompanying text.

Macules on the dorsum of the hand, wrist, and forearm (actinic lentigines)

Papules on the knee (in lichen planus)

Pustules on the palm (in pustular psoriasis)

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