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What is macule?
flat, nonpalpable, circumscribed lesion <5mm.
What is a patch?
flat, nonpapable, circumscribed lesion >5mm in diameter
What is a papule?
palpable, circumscribed lesion <5mm in diameter, raised above skin surface
What is plaque?
palpable lesion >5mm in diameter, rased above skin surface
What is a nodule?
firm lesion arising in subcutaneous tissue <2 cm in diameter
What is a tumor?
firm lesion arising in subcutaneous tissue >2cm in diameter
What is a vesicle?
raised, fluid-filled, superficial lesion <5mm in diameter
What is a bulla?
raised, fluid-filled superficial lesion > 5mm in diameter
What is a pustule?
pus-filled superficial lesion <5mm in diameter
What is an abscess?
Pus-filled lesion arising in subcutaneous tissue > 5 mm in diameter
What is a wheal?
Evanescent, raised, round, or flat-topped lesion caused by edema
What does "vulgaris" mean?
"common" in Latin
What does verrucous mean?
wart-like