MORPHOLOGY INDEX

Alopecia: Non-Scalp | Scalp
Angiokeratomas
Annular: Red | Red and Scaly
Atrophy
Bulla, Erosions: Bulla, Adult, Diffuse | Infant/Newborn | Localized
Comedones
Congenital
Dermatomal
Desquamation
Dyschromia
Eczematous or Red, Scaly Lesions
Erythroderma
Eschar
Flagellate
Flushing
Follicle
Folliculitis
Gyrate
Halo
Hypertrichosis
Hypopigmented/Depigmented Patches
Ichthyosis
Induration
Itching
Lentigenoses
Linear: Blaschko | Non-Blaschko
Lipoatrophy
Maculopapular
Milia
Necrosis
Nodule(s): Adult | Child or Infant | Draining | Fibrous | Ulcerative, Multiple
Ostomy Site
Painful
Panniculitis
Papule: Red, Acute | Chronic
Papules: Adult | Child | Crusted | Infant | Grouped | Small and Innumerable
Papulosquamous
Petechiae
Photodistributed, Adult
Pigmentation, Diffuse
Pigmented: Macules, Multiple | Papules, Multiple | Papule(s), Solitary | Patches
Poikiloderma
Porokeratosis
Purpura: Non-Palpable | Palpable
Pustules: Follicular | Non-Follicular
Radiation Port
Red Plaque: Single or Multiple, Chronic | Solitary, Acute
Red Rash, Acute: Adult | Child
Red, Scaly: Multiple | Single Spot
Reticulated
Scar
Segmental
Serpiginous
Sporotrichoid Spread
Sticky Skin
Sweating
Target
Tattoo
Telangiectasias
Ulcer(s)
Unilateral
Urticaria: Urticarial | Urticarias
Vascular Papulonodule
Vascular Patch/Patches, Newborn
Vascular Tumors/Hemangiomas, Newborn
Verrucous
Vesicles: Adult | Child | Grouped
Waxy
White
Whorled
Wound
Wrinkles

Colors

Blue: Blue Macules/Patches | Blue Papule(s)
Green
White: Papulonodules | Patches
Yellow

Categories

Pregnancy
Renal Failure

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