Oval papules in a distribution on the trunk and sacral region that resembles the branches of an evergreen tree.
A “herald” or “mother” patch, which truly is a plaque, in association with smaller daughter lesions.
A “mother” patch, which in reality is a plaque, and “daughter” lesions, which in actuality are papules.
Coin-shaped lesion associated with a papular rim, the inner margin of which is marked by a collarette of scale.
Papules, some of them covered by subtle crust, and plaque with oval shape and slight scale.
Oval lesions of pityriasis rosea on a trunk and confluence of those lesions on the breast and buttock.
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Pityriasis rosea: A somewhat annular herald patch lateral to the sacrum and oval papules scattered on the back. The pigmented lesions are Clark’s nevi.
Pityriasis rosea: The somewhat annular plaque is a herald patch that was joined by discrete papules and plaques which formed consequent to confluence of papules.
Pityriasis rosea: There seem to be two herald patches, along with numerous red papules, some of the latter being aligned along lines of cleavage.
Pityriasis rosea: Extensive involvement of the trunk by numerous collarettes of scale in company with dull-pink papules and plaques. At times the eruption may assume nearly erythrodermic proportion.