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Atlas of dermatology on Newsbeat.ru is intended as an additional reference tool accessible at any time to healthcare professionals. For the consultant dermatologist it is a useful, visual aid to help him. Used judiciously, it can sometimes help overcome certain patients' scepticism about a diagnosis they find difficult to accept. For the medical student it is a visual aid to help him come to grips with the more arcane aspects of this particular discipline.

 

  • Acanthoma
    • Clear cell acanthoma
    • Kerato acanthoma
    • Spectrale frame acanthoma
  • Acne
    • Acne vulgaris
    • Papulopustules acne
    • Comedo acne
    • Nodular and cystic acne
    • Acne conglobata
    • Infantile acne (acne infantum)
  • Angioma
    • Spider telangiectasis
    • Hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia
    • Angioma planum
    • Tuberous angioma
    • Subcutaneous angioma
    • Angiokeratoma
    • Senile angioma
  • Atrophiy
    • Senile atrophiy
    • Ulcer caused by capillaritis
    • Cortisone atrophiy
    • Bowenoid papulosis on the glans and shaft of the penis
    • Radiodermatitis
    • Xeroderma pigmentosum
  • Atypical mycobacterial infection
    • Infection with mycobacterium marinum
    • Infection with mycobacterium fortuitum or chelonae
  • Balanitis
    • Candidal balanitis
    • Psoriasis of the glans penis
  • Lichen ruber planus
    • Simple cutaneous lichen planus
    • Hypertrophic lichen planus
    • Lichen planus of the nails
    • Oral lichen planus
  • Macules
    • Erythematous macule
    • Vascular macule
    • Purpuric macule
    • Pigmentary macules
    • Blueish-grey macules
    • Achromic macules
  • Morphoea
    • Scleroderma localized morphoea
    • Plaque lesions
    • Bands
    • Systemic sclerosis
    • Sclerosis
  • Papules
    • Epidermal papules
    • Dermal papules
    • Dermo-epidermal papules
  • Parapsoriasis
    • Pityriasis lichenoides - guttate parapsoriasis
    • Varioloid parapsoriasis
    • Seprficial scaly dermatitis - digitate dermatosis
    • Premycotic or prefeticulotic eruption with large plaques
  • Pemphigus
    • Pemphigus vulgaris
    • Pemphigus oral
    • Pemphigus erythematous
    • Hailey-Hailey disease
  • Prurigo
    • Subacute prurigo
    • Atopic dermatitis in adult: xerosis, prurigo
  • Psoriasis
    • Psoriasis vulgaris
    • Scaly erythematous form
    • Plaster-like psoriasis
    • Characteristic clinical symptoms
    • Guttate psoriasis
    • Koebner's phenomenon
    • Pustular psoriasis
    • Psoriatic erythroderma
    • Particular local forms
    • Flexural psoriasis
    • Psoriasis of the nails
    • Psoriasis of the scalp
    • Psoriasis of the face, seborrhoeic psoriasis
    • Mucosal psoriasis
    • Psoriasis of the glans penis
    • Psoriatiform-eruption
  • Seborrheic eczema
    • Seborrhoeic dermatitis of the trunk
    • Seborrhoeic dermatitis of the hairline
    • Seborrhoeic dermatitis of the face
  • Treponematoses and other sexually transmitted diseases
    • Syphilitic chancre
    • Secondary syphilis
    • Late secondary syphilis
    • Papular syphilids
    • Genital gonorrhoeae