2) verrucous (hypertrophic) lupus erythematosus ① lesions occurred in the face, chest, back and upper limbs stretch side; the rash characteristic for verrucous papules, nodules and plaques of damage; ③ often no itching symptoms of consciousness. 3) lupus panniculitis (lupus erythematosus profundus) is due to subcutaneous fat (lipid) severe local inflammation caused by depression and deep in the nodules and plaques. ① occurs in middle-aged women, accounting for about 2% of the lesions of lupus erythematosus; mainly occurred in the face, arms, breasts, upper torso and femoral hip, unilateral or bilateral distribution; the clinical features as solid and deep in the subcutaneous nodules or plaques, the surface was skin color or light red or disk damage, push not easy to move, no tenderness. From the number one to several, more adjacent nodules can be fused into plaques, nodules can be self absorbed or necrosis and ulcer, healing after leaving atrophic scar; the patients can have a blood system damage, ANA and rheumatoid factor positive; the histopathology showed inflammation of subcutaneous fat tissue. Direct immunofluorescence examination can discover immunoglobulin deposition in the vascular wall fat interval; and after chronic, sustainable for several months to several years. The unstable nature of the disease, can exist alone, also can be converted into discoid lupus erythematosus or systemic lupus erythematosus, and they exist at the same time. 4) chilblain lupus erythematosus due to chronic damage caused by cold stimulation, microvascular after winter, more female patients. The clinical features of red or purple red patches, papules and plaques; the good hair at toe finger end, nose, auricle, elbow and knee and lower leg and other parts; the cold especially wet climate can induce or aggravate the disease; ④ chilblain lupus erythematosus damage and frostbite damage common both exist at the same time, consciously itching pain; the occasional symptoms, some patients with positive antiphospholipid antibodies, or cryofibrinogenemia or cold agglutinin disease; and about 15% of patients develop into systemic lupus erythematosus, especially at the same time with disk damage and chilblain skin lesions of patients, as well as discoid lupus erythematosus a erythema multiforme syndrome with frostbite patients. 5) lupus erythematosus tumidus is a rare subtype of chronic cutaneous lupus erythematosus, more common in young men; the clinical features for skin irritation is similar to the urticarial plaques, photosensitive, no scar after healing or atrophy; the good hair on the face and trunk; ④ rarely associated with systemic lupus erythematosus. 6) - flat on lupus planus overlap syndrome refers to the clinical features, pathological lesions and direct immunofluorescence with typical manifestations of lupus and lichen planus, and cannot be diagnosed as either a disease state. The lesion characteristics: can be manifested as disk lupus erythematosus like damage, purple red flat papules and plaques, verrucous damage, some patients with oral membrane and a damage; ② lesions occurred in the face, extremities or palmoplantar; ③ have joint pain, and lively and light sensitive, ANA and rheumatoid factor may be low titer. Very few situations, may be associated with systemic lupus erythematosus.......
The first chapter of viral skin disease, herpes simplex herpes zoster in three, two and second chapter bacterial skin disease. The third chapter fungal skin disease in fourth chapter physical skin disease fifth chapters of sun related skin disease in the sixth chapter of allergic skin disease in seventh chapter neuropsychiatric disorder skin diseases in eighth chapter ninth chapter erythematous skin disease papulosquamous skin disease of connective tissue disease tenth chapter eleventh chapter bullae and sterile pustular dermatosis chapter thirteenth chapter twelfth cutaneous vasculitis diseases of the skin appendages in Chapter fourteenth, endocrine, metabolic, nutritional disorder of skin pigment disorder skin diseases in the fifteenth chapter the sixteenth chapter in mucosa and skin at the junction of seventeenth non infectious granulomatous disease chapter eighteenth chapter subcutaneous adipose tissue disease nineteenth chapter skin tumors, Twentieth chapter of sexually transmitted diseases @##@ appendix "Compiling principle skin venereal diagnosis and prescription Handbook" is practical, novel, simple, a total of 20 chapters, focuses on the clinical common skin diseases, including infectious skin diseases, allergy and allergic skin disease, vasculitis, abnormal metabolism of skin diseases such as skin diseases such as cystic adnexal diseases of the skin, hair and pigment disorder and some common bullous skin diseases, autoimmune diseases and skin benign and malignant tumor. "Skin venereal disease diagnosis and prescription Handbook" finally, also separate chapters introduced the Department of Dermatology laboratory test method, commonly used external use medicine and physical therapy in recent years, including the rapid development of the laser and the medical cosmetology.
Compilation principle Luo Dan editor of the "skin venereal diagnosis and prescription Handbook" is practical, novel, simple, a total of 20 chapters, focuses on the clinical common skin diseases, including infectious skin diseases, allergy and allergic skin disease, vasculitis, abnormal metabolism of skin diseases such as skin diseases such as skin, hair follicle. Disease, pigment disorders as well as some common bullous skin diseases, autoimmune diseases and skin benign and malignant tumor. The book finally, also separate chapters introduced the Department of Dermatology laboratory test method, commonly used external use medicine and physical therapy in recent years, including the rapid development of the laser and the medical cosmetology.
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