A reaction from the skin from repeated scratching that causes it to thicken
an erosion (depression in skin thinner than the epidermis, thus superficial) caused by scratching
Brown flaking over a lesion that contains dead necrotic tissue. Separate from Scab which is composed of dried blood or fluids
Brown flaking over a lesion that contains dried blood or fluids. Separate from Eschar which is composed of necrotic tisue.
Brown flaking over a lesion
Flaking of the most superficial layers of the skin that stays above the epidermis.
a depression in the skin of any thickness (thus is an Erosion or Ulcer) that is linear in shape.
a depression in the skin that is thicker than the epidermis, thus is deep and usually bleeds.