It consists of pale red macules
or slightly raised nonpruritic papules.
The papules and macules
on the periphery of the involved skin create a net-like shape.
3) NF1 is characterized by multiple cafe-au-lait macules
, axillary freckling, neurofibromas, and Lisch nodules (pigmented iris hamartomas).
Some physical signs were found, including hypopigmented macules
on her back, right forearm, and right calf, ungual fibromas on her left hand, and shagreen patch on dorsolumbar area of the back [Figure 1]d.
anomaly loss 1 CAL * Bilateral severe mixed loss 2 * -- Bilateral severe conductive 3 CAL; hyper Bilateral -pigmented moderate macules
conductive 4 Hypopigmented -- macules
5 CAL; hypo -- -pigmented macules
6 CAL; hypo-and -- hyperpigmented macules
7 * CAL; hypo -- -pigmented macules
8 CAL; -- hyperpigmented macules
FA = Fanconi anaemia; GIA = Gastrointestinal anomaly; M = male; DEB+= diepoxybutane positive (chromosome breakage); del = deletion; --= not observed;--= not observed; CAL = cafe au lait macule
; del = deletion; F = female.
3 patients with SJS have epidermal detachment 30% BSA plus widespread purpuric macules
or flat atypical targets and TEN without spots, detachment > 30% BSA with loss of large epidermal sheets without purpuric macules
or target lesions.
She started noticing the hypopigmented macules
after the 6th session, in addition, she noticed an increase in size and number of the lesions over a short period.
Bannayan Riley Ruvalcaba Syndrome (BRRS) is an autosomal dominant disorder characterized by macrocephaly, intestinal hamartomatous polyposis, hyperpigmented macules
of the glans penis and devolepmental delay.
The cutaneous lesions are mainly flat warts, reddish-brown scaly macules
resembling tinea versicolor or pityriasis rosea.
Tyring highlighted the Zika rash, which consists of "blanchable macules
Objective: Pigmented purpuric dermatosis (PPD) is a chronic skin disease characterized by petechial and pigmentary macules
nodules (lepromas), macules
, or plaques, but instead characterised by diffuse and massive infiltration of the skin, known as diffuse LL or Lucio-Latapi leprosy (5) which were found in this patient.