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Pityriasis Rosea


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Collarettes of scales in oval shape along lines of cleavage.

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Oval papules in a distribution on the trunk and sacral region that resembles the branches of an evergreen tree.

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Oval papules, some of which have become confluent.

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A “herald” or “mother” patch, which truly is a plaque, in association with smaller daughter lesions.

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Oval and round papules, some in annular configuration.

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Patches and subtle plaques characterized by a rim of erythema and collarettes of scale.

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Macules, papules, and a plaque typified by collarettes of scale on its inner margin.

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Papules, some of them clustered to create a fusiform shape.

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Papules only.

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A “mother” patch, which in reality is a plaque, and “daughter” lesions, which in actuality are papules.