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Persistent Pigmented Purpuric Dermatitis

Distribution and Individual Lesions

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Fig. 70-1 A

Innumerable purpuric macules and papules that represent an early stage of the process (Schamberg’s disease).


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Fig. 70-1 B

Innumerable purpuric macules and papules that represent an early stage of the process (Schamberg’s disease).


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Fig. 70-2

Pigmented macules that represent a late stage of the process (Schamberg’s disease).


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Fig. 70-3

Pigmented macules, some of which have become confluent to become patches (Schamberg’s disease).


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Fig. 70-4 A

Pigmented macules (Schamberg’s disease).


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Fig. 70-4 B

Pigmented macules (Schamberg’s disease).


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Fig. 70-5

Pigmented macules and patches (Schamberg’s disease).


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Fig. 70-6

Lichenoid purpuric papules (Gougerot-Blum).


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Fig. 70-7 A

Golden yellow papules, some of them in clusters (lichen aureus).


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Fig. 70-7 B

Golden yellow papules, some of them in clusters (lichen aureus).