Primary Care Dermatology Module
Nomenclature of Skin Lesions

Developed by Gary Williams, M.D. and Murray Katcher, M.D. Ph.D, Department of Pediatrics
with funding and support from the Wisconsin Area Health Education Center (AHEC) System

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12. Bullous impetigo is characterized by the presence of thin-roofed bullae and vesicles with abundant erosions. Herpes zoster (varicella zoster) is characterized by the presence of vesicles and papules that follow the course of a dermatome. One of these 2-year-old boys has herpes zoster, one has bullous impetigo. Which patient has which condition?



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