Periorbital purpura accompanied by hemorrhagic blisters.
Purpuric macules, papules, and plaques.
Confluent yellow-brown papules that have become plaques.
Ill-defined purpuric patches. The milia represent tiny infundibular cysts secondary to healing of subepidermal blisters.
Plaque and tumor of amyloid that simulates panniculitis clinically.
Macroglossia develops as a consequence of deposits of amyloidin the tongue.
Acromegalic changes are a result of deposits of amyloidin skin and subcutaneous tissue.
Cutaneous and subcutaneous nodules of amyloidosis.