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Skin wound caused by scraping?
Abrasion
Collection of pus from a local infection?
Abscess
Loss or lack of scalp hair/baldness?
Alopecia
Local uneven surface of the skin caused by fat usually in thighs/buttocks?
Cellulite
A scar?
Cicatrix
Elevated lesion formed from the buildup of sebum/keratin;also called a pimple?
Comedo
Injury to the skin causing discoloration/swelling without breaking the skin;called a bruise?
Contusion
Closed sac or pouch containing fluid?
Cyst
An abnormal yellow coloring of the skin;also called xanthoderma?
Jaundice
Purple-red discoloration caused from hemorrhage into the skin?
Purpura
A small circumscribed skin elevation that contains pus?
Pustule
An eroded lesion of the skin/mucus membrane?
Ulcer
Skin eruption usually caused by an allergic reaction to food,infection,injury,also called hives?
Urticaria
A small circumscribed elevation caused by a virus;also called wart?
Verruca
A small elevation of the epidermis that contains fluid; also called blister?
Vesicle
Temp,itchy elevation of the skin, with a white center & red perimeter;called welt?
Wheal
An elevated lesion formed from the buildup of sebum and keratin;called a pimple?
Comedo