Allergic Contact Dermatitis
Marked edema, diffuse erythema, papules, and vesicles.
Closely-set papules and papulovesicles around an ulcer that had been treated by neomycin.
Diffuse erythema, papules, vesicles, and a bulla.
Clusters of vesicles and scattered bullae on a red base.
Vesicles and bullae on a base of erythema.
Skin-colored and pink papules, and hemorrhagic vesicles and bullae.
Extensive edema of the entire face, including eyelids, cheeks, lips, and ear, with oozing and scale-crusts.
Erythematous macules and urticarial papules and plaques called forth by a sensitizer in a hair dye.
Clusters of pustules on an erythematous base consequent to an allergen in a hair dye.
Scale-crusts, erosions, and fissures in an edematous face.
Scale-crusts and fissures, as well as erythematous urticarial papules and plaques.
Scales and erosions on an erythematous base secondary to an allergen in fingernail polish.
Erythematous papules, some excoriated, and others lichenified secondary to vigorous rubbing.
Keratoses, crusts, and fissures of a markedly edematous hand.
Diffuse erythema, keratoses, scales, and erosions.
Slightly erythematous papules, some of them lichenified, verrucous keratoses, scales, and erosions.
Papules and vesicles.
Vesicles, crusts, and extensive periorbital edema.
Tense vesicles on an edematous right hand and red papuleson the left one.
Papules and vesicles on edematous lips.
Papules and papulovesicles at the site of a ring.
Scales, crusts, lichenification, and fissures secondary to rubber in gloves.