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Dyshidrotic Eczema (Pompholyx, Palmoplantar Eczema)

Individual Lesions

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Fig. 23-4

Confluence of vesicles.


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Fig. 23-5

Erythematous patch on which are numerous papules and subtle papulovesicles.


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Fig. 23-6

Tiny papules and vesicles on the fingers and palm.


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Fig. 23-7

Vesicles along the side of a finger.


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Fig. 23-8

Tense vesicles, some of them in clusters and some in confluence forming small bullae.


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Fig. 23-9 A

Tense vesicles, some of them grouped, on the volar surface and sides of fingers, and on palms.


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Fig. 23-9 B

Tense vesicles, some of them grouped, on the volar surface and sides of fingers, and on palms.


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Fig. 23-10

Tense vesicles along the sides of fingers and on their dorsal aspect.


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Fig. 23-11

Diffuse involvement of edematous fingers and of the palm by vesicles, many of which have become confluent.


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Fig. 23-12

Tense vesicles and bullae.


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Fig. 23-13

Erosions, scales, and scale-crusts at sites where previously there were tense blisters.


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Fig. 23-14

Collarettes of scale represent sites where vesicles were situated.


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Fig. 23-15

Papules and tiny vesicles.


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Fig. 23-16 A

Plaques with collarettes of scale, an evidence of resolution of spongiotic vesicles, and signs of lichen simplex chronicus.


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Fig. 23-16 B

Plaques with collarettes of scale, an evidence of resolution of spongiotic vesicles, and signs of lichen simplex chronicus.