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Follicular skin diseases

Facial rash diagnostic challenge

Match the image with the correct diagnosis Mix and match [table] : Seborrhoeic dermatitis || Seborrhoeic dermatitis is characterized by scaly erythematous plaques in facial skin folds and is particularly prominent in the nasolabial area. : Contact dermatitis || Chronic irritant contact dermatitis due to saliva (lip licking) is characterized by well-demarcated, dry, erythematous plaques immediately adjacent to the vermilion. : Periorificial dermatitis || Periorificial dermatitis is characterized by grouped erythematous papules, pustules and macules most often the mouth and sparing skin immediately adjacent to the vermilion of the lip. : Atopic dermatitis || Facial atopic dermatitis in a young child is characterized by excoriated dry erythematous plaques on the cheeks bilaterally. Match the image with the correct diagnosis Mix and match [table] : Telangiectasia || Telangiectasia describes prominent capillaries, and on the face may predispose to rosacea. : Rosacea || Rosacea causes erythematous patches, plaques, papules and pustules of the butterfly area of the mid-face, glabella and chin. : Acne vulgaris || Acne vulgaris results in open and closed comedones, inflammatory papules, pustules and scars. : Rhinophyma || Rhinophyma is an irregular fibrous thickening of the nose.