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C6 Lesions

Types of Lesions

cysts sacs of fluid or partly solid materials
papules pimples: smooth, elevated, solid areas
pustules pus-filled sacs (abscesses)
vesicles blisters of clear fluid. Bulla/bullae is a/are large
wheals slightly elevated inflamed areas (mosquito bite), or larger area: hives (allergies cause)
macules freckles or small FLAT moles: discolored, smooth, flat areas
polyps mushroom shaped growths on stalks extending from surface of the mucous membrane
ulcers open eroding sores
fissures slits or grooves in the skin
Alopecia baldness, may be hereditary or caused by disease, injury, or treatments like chemotherapy
Vitligo/leukoderma loss of pigmentation in patches of the skin, can be related to autoimmune conditions
Created by: Eosine