Dermatology lesions photo gallery

  • Figure 1.

    Figure 1.

    Annular lesions of pityriasis rosea are oval in shape.

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    Figure 2.

    A pedunculated polyp is attached by a stalk or a stem.

  • Figure 3.

    Figure 3.

    Lesions of tinea versicolor are symmetrical and uniform.

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    Figure 4.

    Melasma macules appear on sun-exposed areas.

  • Figure 5.

    Figure 5.

    Perioral dermatitis is characterized by tiny red bumps.

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    Figure 6.

    Erythema nodosum nodules fade to a brownish pink.

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    Figure 7.

    Scales of seborrheic dermatitis form on oily areas.

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    Figure 8.

    A burning sensation of the face may accompany rosacea.

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    Figure 9.

    Actinic damage is caused by sun exposure.

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