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Williams Hematology > Part XI. Transfusion Medicine > Color Atlas XXV: Cutaneous Lesions >

Cutaneous Lesions

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Spider telangiectasia.

Figure XXV-2

Blanching of spider telangiectasia. Note that spider telangiectasia blanches with diascopy.

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Cryoglobulinemia: Peripheral purpura.

Figure XXV-4

Cryoglobulinemia: Subungual purpura.

Figure XXV-5

Waldenström hyperglobulinemic purpura. Note discrete and coalescing petechiae on lower limb.

Figure XXV-6

Coumadin necrosis. Develops in acral areas and areas of fat deposition such as buttocks or breast (as shown here).

Figure XXV-7

Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome. Anticardiolipin antibody.

Figure XXV-8

Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome: Lupus anticoagulant.

Figure XXV-9

Livedoid vasculitis.

Figure XXV-10

Cholesterol emboli.

Figure XXV-11

Cholesterol emboli: Splinter hemorrhages.

Figure XXV-12

Pyoderma gangrenosum: Central purpuraa.

Figure XXV-13

Sweet syndrome.

Figure XXV-14

Serum sickness due to antithymocyte globulin.

Figure XXV-15

Henoch-Schönlein purpura. Urticarial papules and plaques can evolve into palpable purpura.

Figure XXV-16

Ecthyma gangrenosum.

Figure XXV-17

Meningococcemia: Stellate purpura.

Figure XXV-18

Lyme disease. Erythema migrans with a central hemorrhagic bulla.

Figure XXV-19

Parvovirus B-19.

Figure XXV-20

Disseminated candidiasis. Purpuric nodule in a patient with acute myelogenous leukemia.

Figure XXV-21

Aspergillosis: Primary cutaneous inoculation from contaminated armboard.

Figure XXV-22

Disseminated strongyloidiasis.

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Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Petechiae on the dorsum of the hand.

Figure XXV-24

Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Peripheral purpuric gangrene.

Figure XXV-25

Erythema multiforme. Note characteristic targetoid lesions.

Figure XXV-26

Polyarteritis nodosa. Acral purpura accompanying tender erythematous nodules.

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Paraneoplastic vasculitis. Acute myelogenous leukemia blast cells infiltrating the skin.

Figure XXV-28

Leukocytoclastic vasculitis secondary to furosemide.

Figure XXV-29

Wegener granulomatosis.

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Senile purpura.

Figure XXV-31

Senile purpura. Note accompanying skin atrophy.

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Scurvy. Note parafollicular petechiae.

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Amyloidosis of inferior palpebrum. Note waxy surface.

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Amyloidoses of tongue.

Figure XXV-35

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. Purpura on lower extremities.

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Subungual hematoma. Can be confused with subungual melanoma. A proximal nail fold clear of pigmentation favors the diagnosis of hematoma.

Figure XXV-37

Schamberg disease. Note characteristic “cayenne pepper petechiae.”

Figure XXV-38

Quinidine purpura.

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Systemic lupus erythematosus vasculitis.

Figure XXV-40

Langerhans cell histiocytosis.

Figure XXV-41

Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia: Sublingual and labial telangiectasia.

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Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia: Acral telangiectasias.

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Koilonychia in severe iron deficiency.

Figure XXV-44

Grade IV graft-versus-host disease of the skin with diffuse erythroderma and bullous formation.

Figure XXV-45

Complete resolution of grade IV graft-versus-host disease after therapy with high-dose glucocorticoids and antithymocyte globulin.

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Hemophilia A. Swelling from recurrent knee joint bleeding. Cutaneous ecchymoses.

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