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Family Medicine Dermatology

Macule circumscribed, flat color change, not palpable
Patch large macule >1.5 cm
Papule elevated, solid lesion <0.5 cm
Nodule larger papule >0.5 cm
Tumor larger nodule >2cm
Plaque superficial, circumscribed, elevated, solid area >0.5cm
Vesicle papule filled with fluid
Pustule vesicle filled with leukocytes and fluid
Bulla large vesicle >0.5 cm
Wheal Firm, edematous plaque caused by water in the dermis
Scales excess dead epidermal cells
Crusts dried serum and cellular debris
Erosion focal loss of epidermis
Ulcer focal loss of epidermis and dermis
Fissure linear, defined, crack into epidermis and dermis
Atrophy thinning of epidermis or dermis
Scar connective tissue connecting dermis
Lichenification thickened epidermis
Created by: megankirch