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12 Rosacea with rhinophyma in a woman with hyperandrogenism. 1 Alopecia areata with Scotch plaiding. 2 Clubbing of distal phalanges. 3 Glomangioma. DLP ID: glomangioma 1468. 4 Melanonychia, benign, longitudinal due to nevus, pigmented. 5 Onychomycosis. 6 Pachyonychia congenita. 7 Paronychia due to Candida albicans. 8 Pigmentation due to hydroxyurea therapy for polycythemia vera. 9 Pseudomonas nail infection. 10 Psoriatic nails. 1 I Pterygium. DLP ID: pterygium 4799. 12 Sarcoidosis. 13 Trachyonychia.
DLP ID: pterygium 4799. 12 Sarcoidosis. 13 Trachyonychia. 1 Alopecia androgenic. 2 Alopecia areata. 3 Alopecia due to hot combs. 4 Alopecia due to traction from braiding. 5 Alopecia due to traction from curlers. DLP ID: traction alopecia 3860. 6 Alopecia, permanent following chemotherapy for breast cancer with docetaxel. DLP ID: alopecia (unclassified) 4950. 7 Alopecia totalis with Scotch plaiding of nails. 8 Lichen planopilaris (Graham-Little syndrome). 9 Lichen planopilaris (Graham-Little syndrome).
10 Panniculitis due to cold injury. 11 Psoriasis. 12 Xanthogranuloma, juvenile. 1 Ainhum. 2 Apert syndrome (acrocephalosyndactyly). 3 Cutis laxa. DLP ID: cutis laxa 2245. 4 Darier’s disease (keratosis follicularis). 5 Goltz syndrome (focal dermal hypoplasia). 6 Incontinentia pigmenti achromians (hypomelanosis of Ito). 7 Incontinentia pigmenti (Bloch-Sulzberger syndrome). 8 Neurofibromatosis (von Recklinghausen syndrome) showing neurofibromas. 9 Olmstead syndrome (mutilating palmoplantar keratoderma).
Atlas of Women's Dermatology by Parish C.