Skin Lesions

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Can you name the types of skin lesions?

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Circumscribed, slightly elevated lesions of skin that are paler in the center; also known as a wheal
Typical lesion caused by accumulation of keratin & sebum within opening of hair follicle
Small, thin-walled skin lesion containing fluid; also known as a blister
Small thin-walled skin lesion containing clear fluid; a vesicle
Circumscribed inflammation of skin & deeper tissues containing pus
Small, stalk-like growth
Small swelling protruding above the skin; a small node
A scrape or rubbing away of skin
Small, flat discoloration of the skin
Circumscribed, slightly elevated lesion of skin that is paler in center; also known as a hive
Small elevation of the skin filled with pus; also known as a small abscess
Small, solid, circumscribed elevation of skin
Large blister
Thin flakes of hardened epithelium that are shed from epidermis
Closed sac or pouch containing fluid, semifluid, or solid material
Open sore or lesion of the skin
Crack-like sore or groove
Tear in the skin
Localized collection of pus, also known as a pustule
Localized pus-producing infection deep in hair follicle; also known as a boil
A sore in the skin over a bony area

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