What is the BEST morphological description for these primary lesions? (lesions measure less than 0.5cm)
The difference between a vesicle and a bulla is:
9-year old child presents with this dark brown “spot” on his lip. His mother
says it appeared about 2 months ago. What is the most appropriate morphologic
term for this lesion?
13-year old boy is brought to the clinic by his father to get treatment for
this condition on his face. What is the most appropriate morphologic term for
A colleague brings you into a room to see a patient
(figure1). The patient, a 20-year-old man has had this lesion on his thigh
since he was born. Your colleague is tries to describe it to you. What
component of a complete description is missing from her description:
“This young man has a well-demarcated, oval, brown evenly-pigmented
patch on his left thigh.”
64-year old woman presented to the emergency room with these lesions scattered
over her whole body and involving her lips and oral mucosa. What is the most
appropriate morphologic term for this finding?
are consulted by general surgery about a new rash on this XX-year old boy/girl
with these lesions scattered over his/her legs. Over the phone your colleague
described the rash as “many small dark red macules that don’t go away when I
press on them.” What is the most appropriate morphologic term for this finding?
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