Erythema elevatum diutinum

Leukocytoclastic vasculitis characterized by red, purple, brown, or yellow papules, plaques, or nodules Possibly involves immune complex deposition with subsequent inflammatory cascade associated with IgA monoclonal gam-mopathy, recurrent bacterial infections, (especially streptococcal), viral infections (including Hepatitis B or HIV), and rheu-matologic disease Red, violaceous, smooth, brown or yellow papules, plaques, or nodules over extensor surfaces, especially over the joints occasional...

Erythema toxicum

Erythema toxicum neonatorum erythema neonatorum toxic erythema erythema neonatorum allergicum erythema papulo-sum urticaria neonatorum erythema dys-pepsicum Benign, self-limited eruption occurring primarily in healthy newborns in the early neonatal period Usual onset within the first 4 days of life in full-term infants, with peak onset occurring within the first 48 hours following birth presents with a blotchy, evanescent, macular erythema, often on the face or trunk sites of predilection...

Clinical manifestation

Common variant (verruca vulgaris) hard papules with a rough, irregular, scaly surface, most commonly seen on hands Filiform variant elongated, slender papules with filiform fronds, usually seen on face, around the lips, eyelids, or nares Palmoplantar warts (myrmecia) small, shiny papules, progressing to deep endo-phytic, sharply defined, round papules or plaques with keratotic surface, surrounded by a smooth collar of thickened horn plantar lesions usually found on weight-bearing areas, such as...

Atopic dermatitis

Atopic eczema infantile eczema Besnier's prurigo Atopic dermatitis. Lichenified, red plaque with erosions in the antecubital fossa Atopic dermatitis. Lichenified, red plaque with erosions in the antecubital fossa Disease starting in early infancy and characterized by pruritus, eczematous lesions, dry skin, and an association with other atopic diseases (asthma, allergic rhinitis, urticaria) Abnormality of T helper type 2 (TH2) cells, resulting in increased production of inter-leukin 4 (IL-4) and...

Folliculitis

Inflammation of the hair follicles caused by infection or physical or chemical irritation Inflammatory process caused by obstruction or disruption of individual hair follicles and the associated pilosebaceous units Primary lesion a perifollicular papule or pustule often appears as grid-like pattern of multiple red papules and or pustules on hair-bearing areas, such as the face, scalp, thighs, axilla, and inguinal area predisposing factors friction perspiration occlusion shaving hyperhidrosis...

Dyshidrotic eczema

Dyshidrosis pompholyx vesicular pal-moplantar eczema vesicular eczema of palms and soles Dyshidrotic eczema. Multiple vesicles on the hands, with concentration along the sides of the digits Recurrent or chronic relapsing form of vesicular palmoplantar dermatitis Occurring commonly in atopic individuals associated with stress, infection, exogenous contactants, climate changes Symmetric crops of clear vesicles and or bullae on the palms and lateral aspects of fingers and feet vesicles deep...

Erythema multiforme

Erythema Exudativum

Erythema exudativum erythema polymorphe Erythema multiforme. Target-like papules on the palm Erythema multiforme. Target-like papules on the palm Acute inflammatory disorder related to numerous factors, characterized by distinctive clinical eruption, with hallmark of iris or target lesion Unclear herpes-associated disease appears to represent the result of a cell-mediated immune reaction associated with herpes simplex virus HSV antigen becoming violaceous and forming concentric target lesion...

Erythema ab igne

Erythema ab igne elastosis ephelis ab igne erythema a calore toasted skin syndrome Changes in the skin caused by chronic and repeated exposure to infrared radiation Unclear mechanism repeated external heat exposure in the range of 43-47 C resulting in histopathologic changes similar to those seen in solar-damaged skin Reticulated violaceous and hyperpig-mented plaques, most common on the legs of women poikiloderma occurs with severe long-standing disease Livedo reticularis poikiloderma of...

Asteatotic eczema

Asteatotic dermatitis eczema craquel eczema craquelatum xerotic eczema eczema hiemalis eczema fendille etat craquel Pruritic, cracked, and fissured skin occurring most commonly on the shins of elderly patients, caused by lack of moisture in the skin Physiologic process with aging seen more often in the winter, with cold air outside and heated air inside causing a decrease in humidity loss of water by stratum cor-neum causing cells to shrink and creating fine fissures eczematous changes...

Dermatologic indications and dosage

Dermatologic indications and dosage Minocycline. Dermatologic indications and dosage Confluent and 50-100 mg PO twice daily gt 8 years old - 50-100 mg PO twice Confluent and 50-100 mg PO twice daily gt 8 years old - 50-100 mg PO twice gt 8 years old - 50-100 mg PO twice Folliculitis 50-100 mg PO twice daily gt 8 years old - 50-100 mg PO twice Folliculitis 50-100 mg PO twice daily gt 8 years old - 50-100 mg PO twice gt 8 years old - 50-100 mg PO twice 100 mg PO twice daily for 4-6...

Candidiasis

Red, fissured plaque at the corner of the mouth Candidiasis. Red, fissured plaque at the corner of the mouth Skin and mucous membrane infections caused by Candida species Warm, moist parts of the body susceptible to infection host factors such as oral hygiene important in intraoral infection thrush primary immune defects in muco-cutaneous candidiasis endocrinopathies such as diabetes mellitus, Cushing's syndrome, Addison's disease, hypoparathy-roidism associated with recurrent...

Benign migratory glossitis

Geographic tongue stomatitis areata migrans, erythema areata migrans Map-like appearance of the tongue resulting from irregular migratory denuded plaques on its surface Unknown results from the loss of papillae of tongue, giving areas of the tongue a flat surface, and the subsequent geographic appearance may be related to local trauma or irritants Irregular, smooth, red plaques on the dorsal surface of the tongue, rapidly changing in pattern surrounding the area of erythema and loss of filiform...

Erythromycin topical

Emgel Erycette EryDerm Erymax Erythra-Derm T-Stat Theramycin Staticin Topical macrolide antibiotic anti-inflammatory Inhibition of RNA-dependent protein synthesis by binding to the 50S subunit of the ribosome Cutaneous burning sensation, dryness, peeling, pruritus, erythema Erythromycin, systemic. Dermatologic indications and dosage Erythromycin, systemic. Dermatologic indications and dosage 30-50 mg per kg daily divided into 4 doses for 10 days 30-50 mg per kg daily divided into 4 doses for 4...