Appendix A Table of Primary Lesions and Related Disorders

Bullae

Erysipelas [Part III] Erythema multiforme [Part III] Fixed drug eruption [Part III] Impetigo [Part VI]

Tinea (large, multiloculated) [Part III] Urticaria (bullae as secondary lesions) [Part III] Macules

Actinic keratosis (erythematous) [Part V] Atypical nevi [Part V] Common benign nevi (pigmented) [Part V] Ephelides [Part V] Erysipelas (erythematous) [Part III] Erythema multiforme (erythematous) [Part III] Erythrasma [Part III] Fixed drug eruption [Part III] Halo nevi [Part V] Impetigo (deep red) [Part VI] Lentigines [Part V] Malignant melanoma [Part V] Nodules

Acne [Part VI]

Basal cell carcinoma (translucent, dome-shaped) [Part V] Keratoacanthoma (dome-shaped) [Part V] Malignant melanoma [Part V] Molluscum (dome-shaped umbilicated) [Part II] Rosacea (red) [Part VI] Squamous cell carcinoma (indurated) [Part V] Verruca vulgaris [Part II] Papules

Acne (with or without comedones) [Part VI] Atopic dermatitis [Part IV] Atypical nevi [Part V]

Basal cell carcinoma (translucent, dome-shaped) [Part V] Developed dermal nevi (sharply defined) [Part V] DLE (sharply defined, raised, smooth, shiny) [Part IV] Early compound nevi (dome-shaped) [Part V] Erythema multiforme (erythematous) [Part III]

From: Current Clinical Practice: Dermatology Skills for Primary Care: An Illustrated Guide D.J. Trozak, D.J. Tennenhouse, and J.J. Russell © Humana Press, Totowa, NJ

Halo nevi [Part V]

Keratoacanthoma (dome-shaped) [Part V]

Lichen planus (flat-topped, angular, polygonal) [Part II]

Malignant melanoma [Part V]

Mature compound nevi (sharply defined) [Part V]

Mature dermal nevi (pedunculated) [Part V]

Miliaria (small, erythematous) [Part II]

Molluscum (dome-shaped umbilicated) [Part II]

Pityriasis rosea (rosy red) [Part II]

Psoriasis (erythematous, scaling) [Part II]

Scabies (papulovesicle at end of burrow) [Part II] Seborrheic dermatitis (red-brown, follicular) [Part II] Seborrheic keratosis [Part V] SLE (sharply defined, may coalesce) [Part IV] Squamous cell carcinoma (indurated) [Part V] Striae distensae (yellow papules as secondary lesions) [Part IV] Tinea (follicular) [Part III] Verruca vulgaris [Part II] Patches

Actinic keratosis (erythematous) [Part V] Asteatosis [Part IV] Atopic dermatitis [Part IV] Erythrasma [Part III] Malignant melanoma [Part V] Rosacea (erythematous) [Part VI] Seborrheic keratosis [Part V] Senile purpura (purple) [Part IV] Striae distensae (linear) [Part IV] Tinea [Part III]

Toxicodendron dermatitis (linear) [Part IV] Plaques

Actinic keratosis (thin) [Part V]

Atypical nevi [Part V]

Basal cell carcinoma [Part V]

Congenital melanocytic nevi (pigmented) [Part V]

Developed compound nevi [Part V]

DLE (sharply defined, raised, smooth, shiny) [Part IV]

Erysipelas (erythematous) [Part III]

Erythema multiforme (erythematous) [Part III]

Fixed drug eruption [Part III]

Herpes simplex (erythematous) [Part VI]

Herpes zoster (erythematous) [Part VI]

Impetigo (red) [Part VI]

Lichen planus (coalescing papules) [Part II]

Malignant melanoma [Part V] Molluscum (tightly-grouped papules) [Part II] Pityriasis rosea (rosy red) [Part II] Psoriasis [Part II] SCLE (sharply defined) [Part IV] Seborrheic keratosis [Part V] SLE (edematous) [Part IV] Squamous cell carcinoma (indurated) [Part V] Tinea (indurated) [Part III] Toxicodendron dermatitis (linear) [Part IV] Urticaria (edematous) [Part III] Pustules

Acne [Part VI]

Herpes simplex (late) [Part VI] Herpes zoster (late) [Part VI] Miliaria (as secondary lesions) [Part II] Rosacea (dome-shaped) [Part VI] Tinea (follicular) [Part III] Vesicles

Atopic dermatitis [Part IV]

Erysipelas [Part III]

Erythema multiforme [Part III]

Fixed drug eruption [Part III]

Herpes simplex [Part VI]

Herpes zoster [Part VI]

Impetigo (small, transient) [Part VI]

Miliaria (crystalline, intra-dermal) [Part II]

Scabies (papulovesicle at end of burrow) [Part II]

Tinea (intra-dermal, small, grouped) [Part III]

Toxicodendron dermatitis (linear) [Part IV]

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