atlas-cover-3

Chapter 2. Acne Vulgaris

New! Additional Images

at002eg001.jpg

Fig. 2-55

Acne vulgaris: Papules, papulopustules, pustules, nodules, and atrophic scars, as well as patulous ostia of infundibula that previously housed a comedo.


at002eg002.jpg

Fig. 2-56

Acne: Comedones, papules, papulopustules, pustules, and hypopigmented atrophic scars.


at002eg003.jpg

Fig. 2-57

Acne: Comedones, papules, and atrophic scars.


at002eg004.jpg

Fig. 2-58

Acne keloidalis. Papules, some scaly, others crusted of acne keloidalis.


at002eg005.jpg

Fig. 2-59

Acne conglobata. Comedones, papules, papulopustules, and honey-colored and hemorrhagic crusts, some of which have peculiar geometric outlines by virtue of lesions having become confluent, of acne conglobata.


at002eg006.jpg

Fig. 2-60

Acne. Comedones, papules, papulopustules, and pustules.


at002eg007.jpg

Fig. 2-61

Acne. Numerous milia, i.e., tiny infundibular cysts.


at002eg008.jpg

Fig. 2-62

Acne. Tiny atrophic scars.


at002eg009.jpg

Fig. 2-63

Acne keloidalis.Comedones, milia, keloids, and atrophic scars of acne keloidalis.


at002eg010.jpg

Fig. 2-64

Steroid acne. Papules, situated mostly in the center of the face, are a result of topical application for months of high-potency corticosteroids, of steroid acne.


at002eg011.jpg

Fig. 2-65

Steroid acne. Papules and papulopustules, each situated at the ostium of an infundibulum, a result of systemic administration of corticosteroid (steroid acne).


at002eg012.jpg

Fig. 2-66

A plum-colored nodule, the result of rupture of an infundibular cyst, situated above a linear scar within which are dilated ostia of infundibula, each of which represents an opening of a pilonidal sinus.


at002eg013a.jpg

Fig. 2-67 A

Acne vulgaris. Papules, papulopustules, and hemorrhagic crusts.


at002eg013b.jpg

Fig. 2-67 B

Acne vulgaris. Papules, papulopustules, and hemorrhagic crusts.


at002eg014.jpg

Fig. 2-68

Favre-Racouchot syndrome. Comedones and milia (small infundibular cysts) of Favre-Racouchot syndrome consequent to injury of skin by rays of the sun received for many decades. There also are seborrheic keratoses.


at002eg015.jpg

Fig. 2-69

Neonatal acne. Milia, i.e., tiny infundibular cysts, range from pinpoint to papular and cover most of the face of a neonate (neonatal acne).