Pictorial 2

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See also 2 web sites: Inflammatory Diseases

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Melanocytic Dise ase.

Two pages at tier 3 (Pictorials 2&3) are children of parent page, TEXT 2-X, at tier 2. If you have accessed one of these pages at tier 3, you can move along the tier from PICTORIAL 2 to 3 and back to 2, but the other pictorials are inaccessible, if using only the BACK or NEXT buttons at the end of each page. If at Pictorial 2 or 3, a click on the UP button take the reader to the respective parent page (TEXT 2-X). If at tier 2, a click on the UP button takes the reader HOME. At HOME, where there is only one chapter, the BACK, NEXT, and the UP buttons are inoperative (there are no options at level 1 when attempting to use these buttons.

 

This is the fourth chapter of tier 3; it is the second chapter devoted to pictorials; it is CHAPTER 12 in sequence beginning at HOME, then continuing along tier 2 and then along tier 3 from left to right.. In this sequence of numbering, this chapter is identified as “SextrC12 and the respective pictorial as P2-1.” In the alternate system, this chapter might be characterized as SextrC9 and the respective illustration as P2-1.

 

SextrC12P1-1: New fibrous tissue has formed in the upper portion of the reticular dermis. The fibrous tissue is delicate and myxoid (pretibial myxedema).

 

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