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Mucha-Habermann Disease

Distribution and Individual Lesions

Fig. 59-1

Widespread purpuric papules.


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Widespread purpuric papules.


Fig. 59-3

Purpuric papules, some covered by hemorrhagic crusts.


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Discrete papules.


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Discrete purpuric papules, one of them covered by a hemorrhagic crust.


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Purpuric papules.


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Smooth-surfaced erythematous papules, scaly papules, and hemorrhagic crusted papules.


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Erythematous papules, purpuric papules, scaly and crusted papules, and scale-crusts.


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Smooth-surfaced, scaly, and crusted papules.


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Scaly papule.


Variations

Fig. 59-11 A

Innumerable widespread purpuric papules, many ulcerated and covered by hemorrhagic crusts, of pityriasis lichenoides acuta.


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Innumerable widespread purpuric papules, many ulcerated and covered by hemorrhagic crusts, of pityriasis lichenoides acuta.


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Hemorrhagic macules, patches, and papules, many ulcerated and covered by hemorrhagic crusts (“fulminant”).


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Smooth-surfaced papules and an ulcerated papule covered by an eschar of pityriasis lichenoides acuta.


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Ulcers, eschars, and scars of pityriasis lichenoides acuta.


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Discrete papules of pityriasis lichenoides chronica.


Fig. 59-16 A

Many papules covered by chalk-white scales of pityriasis lichenoides chronica.


Fig. 59-16 B

Many papules covered by chalk-white scales of pityriasis lichenoides chronica.


New! Additional Images

Fig. 59-17 A

Mucha-Habermann disease: Macules and papules, some of them purpuric and others covered by hemorrhagic crust. Note how oval are most of the lesions and how different the condition actually is from lymphomatoid papulosis.


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Mucha-Habermann disease: Macules and papules, some of them purpuric and others covered by hemorrhagic crust. Note how oval are most of the lesions and how different the condition actually is from lymphomatoid papulosis.