What is the difference between primary and secondary lesions?
primary lesion is a macule, papule, pustlie, vesicle secondary lesion is a ulcer, crust, scar, skin atrophy, excoriation ...
What is primary syphilis?
Primary syphilis is the name for the first stage of syphilis. This stage may include a lesion called a chancre. ...
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What are the first symptoms of pinta?
The first sign of infection is a red, scaly, slowly enlarging bump on the skin. This is called the "primary lesion." The primary lesion usually appears at the site where the bacteria entered the skin. This is often on the arms, legs, or face. ...
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What is the cpt code for excision lesion of the palate with a simple primary closure?
42106 source 2011 cpt
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What is involved in surgery for the primary site of malignant melanoma?
Surgical therapy for the primary site is that of wide local removal of the skin including subcutaneous tissue surrounding the lesion. ...
What Lesion is primarily associated with syphilis?
Primary syphilis causes chancres. End stage syphilis can cause gummas.
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What is a pustular lesion?
"A pustule is an elevated lesion of any size that contains pus." Clinically, they occur due to an infection ie. bacterial (ex: MRSA or other). http://dermatology.about.com/od/dermphotos/ig/Primary-Lesions/Nodule.htm ...
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What is an example of a primary consumer in the ocean?
An example of a primary consume in the ocean is Your Mom
What is the difference between a primary lesion and a secondary lesion?
A primary lesion occurs as a result of a spontaneous manifestation of a pathological process - includes macules, papules, nodules, tumours, plaque, vesicles, bullae, pustules, wheals, burrows and telangiectasia A secondary lesion occurs as a result of the evolution of a disease, or from external trauma - they may evolve from primary lesions - includes scales, crust, atrophy, lichenification, erosion, excoriation, fissure, ulceration, scars, eschars, keloids If it is hard to distinguish just think that if you don't look after a disease, or skin condition...