BUTTOCKS

By Gary M. White, MD

Acneiform

Acne of the Buttocks
Acne of the Buttocks

Acne Conglobata
Acne Conglobata

Annular

Tinea Corporis
Tinea Corporis of the buttocks

Atrophy

Lipohypertrophy (after injection)

Nodules

Nevus Lipomatosus Superficialis
Nevus Lipomatosus Superficialis

Purpura

Henoch-Schonlein Purpura
Henoch-Schonlein Purpura of the buttocks

Red

Baboon Syndrome
Baboon Syndrome

Red and Scaly

Psoriasis
Psoriasis

Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma (CTCL). Papulosquamous plaques on the buttocks are usually psoriasis. But occasionally, they may represent CTCL.
Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma Papulosquamous

Pressure Sore. Patients may have redness and inflammation of the buttocks in the area where the pressure is most significant over the bony prominences. Redness and inflammation may occur before any ulceration appears. Treatment involves relieving the pressure which initially could be with the use of donut pillows, frequent moving, softer seats, etc.

Ulcer

Decubitus Ulcer
Decubitus Ulcer

Vesicles

Herpes Simplex
Herpes Simplex of the buttocks

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