YELLOW

By Gary M. White, MD


Diffuse

Jaundice. Note the yellow skin and yellow sclera.
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Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetics have been reported to have yellowish discoloration of the palms, soles, ears, nose, and nails [Peds Derm 1985;2;161].

Hypothyroidism

Plastic Workers. Plastic workers have been said to have yellow skin [Arch Derm 121;1023 and Arch Derm 122;1022].

Papulonodules and Plaques

Lipofibroma
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Juvenile Xanthogranuloma
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Xanthomas, Various. Here, eruptive xanthomas.
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Yellow Urticaria. A 43-year-old woman with metastatic breast carcinoma developed itchy, diffusely distributed, evanescent lesions [N Engl J Med 2012; 367:e4July 12, 2012].

Yellow Under the Eyes

Yellow Under the Eyes
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