Free Dermatology Atlas Part 1

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Free Dermatology Atlas Part 1 uses color pictures to teach you about the symptoms of acne vulgaris, confetti hypopigmentation, hand eczema, ichthyosis, ingrown toenails, linear immunoglobulin A dermatosis, onychomycosis, papular pruritic urticaria, pellagra and plantar warts.

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Free Dermatology Atlas Part 1

  1. 1. FREE DERMATOLOGY ATLASPart 1http://www.SkinSpecialistsOnline.com
  2. 2. Acne VulgarisSymptomsSymptoms of acne vulgaris include swellings on theface and other areas with a high concentration ofsebaceous or oil glands like the back, chest andeven the shoulders and upper arms.These swellings can be closed comedones (whiteheads), open comedones (black heads), papules(pimples), pustules (pus filled swellings), cysts ornodules .
  3. 3. ConfettiHypopigmentationSymptomsSymptoms of Confetti Hypopigmentation includemultiple, hypopigmented macules (flat areas) thatare around 1-3 mm in diameter.These are usually distributed on the arms and legs.
  4. 4. Hand EczemaSymptomsSymptoms of hand eczema include developing anitchy or burning sensation on the hands when theycome in contact with a potential irritant like wateror detergents.
  5. 5. IchthyosisSymptomsSymptoms of Ichthyosis vulgaris include scalingwhich can affect the entire skin from the scalp andface to the legs.The palms and soles are excessively lined and havea wrinkled appearance.These symptoms or dryness and scaliness are moreapparent during winter.
  6. 6. Ingrown ToenailsSymptomsSymptoms of Ingrown Toenails include a swollen andpainful toe which may cause difficulties whenwalking.It may be discharging pus if there is an infection oran abscess.The 1st toenail is the most commonly affected..
  7. 7. LinearImmunoglobulin A(IgA) DermatosisSymptomsSymptoms of Linear Immunoglobulin A (IgA)Dermatosis include tense vesicles and bullaewhich are roundish and clear though they may alsobe hemorrhagic.
  8. 8. Onychomycosis orFungal NailInfectionSymptomsSymptoms of Onychomycosis or Fungal NailInfection include changes in the color and theshape of the nails.
  9. 9. Papular PruriticUrticariaSymptomsSymptoms of Papular Pruritic Urticaria includemultiple, small (less than 1cm), itchy, red or skincolored papules (pimples).These papules may be superficially eroded due tothe pruritis.
  10. 10. PellagraSymptomsSymptoms of Pellagra dermatitis (pellagroderma)include erythematous (red) skin with blisters thatburst to reveal raw areas or erosions.These red areas later become brownish in color andthe scaling appears on areas exposed to sunlight.This dermatitis has a clear demarcation between theaffected and the unaffected areas.
  11. 11. Plantar WartsSymptomsSymptoms of Plantar Warts include rough swellingson the soles of their feet.These swellings are usually painless but they maybecome painful if they are on areas that receivemuch pressure when walking or standing such asover the heads of the metatarsals and the heel.
  12. 12. FREE DERMATOLOGY ATLASPart 1is an excerpt ofhttp://Amazon.comhttp://www.SkinSpecialistsOnline.com

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