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Trichomegaly is a congenital condition in which the eyelashes are abnormally long, greater than 12mm in the central area and 8mm in the peripheral. The term was first used by H. Gray in 1944 in a publication in the Stanford Medical Bulletin, thou ...


Bamboo hair

Trichorrhexis invaginata is a distinctive hair shaft abnormality that may occur sporadically, either in normal hair or with other hair shaft abnormalities, or regularly as a marker for Nethertons syndrome. The primary defect appears to be abnorma ...


Trichorrhexis nodosa

Trichorrhexis nodosa is a defect in the hair shaft characterized by thickening or weak points that cause the hair to break off easily. This group of conditions contributes to the appearance of hair loss, lack of growth, and damaged-looking hair.


Unguis incarnatus


White nails


Chronic panniculitis with lipomembranous changes


Hypodermitis sclerodermiformis


Hypodermitis sclerodermiformis

Lipodermatosclerosis is a skin and connective tissue disease. It is a form of lower extremity panniculitis, an inflammation of the layer of fat under the epidermis.



Lipodystrophy syndromes are a group of genetic or acquired disorders in which the body is unable to produce and maintain healthy fat tissue. The medical condition is characterized by abnormal or degenerative conditions of the bodys adipose tissue ...



Lipohypertrophy is a lump under the skin caused by accumulation of extra fat at the site of many subcutaneous injections of insulin. It may be unsightly, mildly painful, and may change the timing or completeness of insulin action. It is a common, ...


Sclerosing panniculitis


Stasis panniculitis


Aggressive fibromatosis

Aggressive fibromatosis is a rare condition marked by the presence of desmoid tumors. Desmoid tumors arise from cells called fibroblasts, which are found throughout the body and provide structural support, protection to the vital organs, and play ...


Telangiectatic warts

Angiokeratoma is a benign cutaneous lesion of capillaries, resulting in small marks of red to blue color and characterized by hyperkeratosis. Angiokeratoma corporis diffusum refers to Fabrys disease, but this is usually considered a distinct cond ...


Atypical lipoma


Atypical lipomatous tumor


Fibrous histiocytoma

Dermatofibromas are hard solitary slow-growing papules rounded bumps that may appear in a variety of colours, usually brownish to tan, they are often elevated or pedunculated. A dermatofibroma is associated with the dimple sign, by applying later ...


De Morgan spot

Cherry angiomas, also known as Campbell De Morgan spots or senile angiomas, are cherry red papules on the skin. They are a harmless benign tumor, containing an abnormal proliferation of blood vessels, and have no relationship to cancer. They are ...


Cherry hemangioma


Cutaneous papilloma


Cutaneous tag


De Morgan spot


Dermal dendrocytoma


Eccrine angiomatous hamartoma

Eccrine angiomatous hamartoma, first described by Lotzbeck in 1859, is a rare benign vascular hamartoma characterized histologically by a proliferation of eccrine and vascular components. EAH exists on a spectrum of cutaneous tumors that include ...


Elastofibroma dorsi

There are several theories about origin: There is support for a genetic predisposition, as there are alterations of short arm of chromosome 1. Multifocality may suggest systemic enzymatic defect, resulting in abnormal elastogenesis. Repeated trau ...


Epithelioid sarcoma

Epithelioid sarcoma is a rare soft tissue sarcoma arising from mesenchymal tissue and characterized by epithelioid-like features. It accounts for less than 1% of all soft tissue sarcomas. It was first clearly characterized by F.M. Enzinger in 197 ...


Fetal lipoma


Fibroepithelial polyp


Fibroma molluscum


Fibroma pendulum


Fibroma simplex


Fibrous dermatofibroma


Fibrous histiocytoma


Ganglion cyst

A ganglion cyst is a fluid-filled bump associated with a joint or tendon sheath. They most often occur at the back of the wrist followed by the front of the wrist. Onset is often over months. Typically there are no further symptoms. Occasionally ...


Lipoma of immature adipose tissue

Patients present with a slow-growing, painless, solitary mass, usually of the subcutaneous tissues. It is much less frequently noted in the intramuscular tissue. It is not uncommon for symptoms to be present for years. Benign neoplasm with brown ...


Lipoma of embryonic fat


Lipoma of immature adipose tissue


Atypical lipomatous tumor

Liposarcoma is a cancer that arises in fat cells in soft tissue, such as that inside the thigh or in the retroperitoneum. It is a rare type of cancer that bears a resemblance to fat cells when examined under a microscope. It is typically a large, ...


Mibellis angiokeratoma


Nevus araneus


Stork bite

Naevus flammeus nuchae, or coll. stork bite, is a congenital capillary malformation present in newborns. It is a common type of birthmark in a newborn.


Subcutaneous pseudosarcomatous fibromatosis

Nodular fasciitis, is a benign soft tissue lesion most commonly found in the superficial fascia. The lesion commonly occurs in the first three decades of life. Upper extremities and trunk are the most common affected anatomical areas. Previous hi ...


Nodular pseudosarcomatous fasciits


Nodular subepidermal fibrosis


Papilloma colli




Pseudosarcomatous fasciitis


Sclerosing hemangioma


Senile angioma


Fibroma pendulum

A skin tag, or acrochordon, is a small benign tumor that forms primarily in areas where the skin forms creases, such as the neck, armpit and groin. They may also occur on the face, usually on the eyelids. Though tags up to a half-inch long have b ...