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Lesions

Types of Lesions

TermDefinition
Macule (Spot or freckle) a spot that is neither raised nor depressed.
Papule (Pimple) a firm raised area.
Vesicle (bulla) a blister or small fluid-filled sac.
Pustule a vesicle filled with pus.
Excoriation a scratch into the skin.
Laceration a rough, jagged wound made by tearing of the skin.
Ulcer a sore associated with disintegration and death of tissue.
Fissure (Athlete's foot) a crack in the skin.
Pressure ulcers skin lesions that appear where the body rests on the skin that covers bony projections, (spine, heel, elbow, or hip)
Created by: Jessica Venyke