Cutaneous Conditions |Pathology|


Nodule : morphologically similar to Papule, but greater depth and width

Nodule : morphologically similar to Papule, but greater depth and width

Papule :  circumscribed, solid elevation of skin with no visible fluid, varying in size / Plaque : a broad papule, or confluence of papules equal to or greater than 1 cm

Papule : circumscribed, solid elevation of skin with no visible fluid, varying in size / Plaque : a broad papule, or confluence of papules equal to or greater than 1 cm

Vesicles : a circumscribed, fluid-containing, epidermal elevation generally considered less than either 5 or 10mm in diameter at the widest point / Bullae : a large vesicle described as a rounded or irregularly shaped blister containing serous or seropurulent fluid

Vesicles : a circumscribed, fluid-containing, epidermal elevation generally considered less than either 5 or 10mm in diameter at the widest point / Bullae : a large vesicle described as a rounded or irregularly shaped blister containing serous or seropurulent fluid

Macule : A macule is a change in surface color, without elevation or depression and, therefore, nonpalpable, well or ill-defined  /  Patch : large macule equal to or greater than either 5 or 10mm

Macule : A macule is a change in surface color, without elevation or depression and, therefore, nonpalpable, well or ill-defined / Patch : large macule equal to or greater than either 5 or 10mm

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