List of papules

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Papule and Plaque.svg
SymptomsSmall, well-defined bump in skin

A papule is a small, well-defined bump in the skin.[1]

Papules A-C

Condition Features Image
Angiofibromas of skin are a type of skin tumour and named for their location or by association with a genetic disorder.[4][5][6] Face: Multiple fibrous papules of the face; Small pink or red spots across the cheeks and nose in a butterfly distribution, previously incorrectly referred to as adenoma sebaceum.[4][7] PMC2966987 IJN-20-168-g001.png
Mouth: Oral irritated fibroma; Firm smooth dome-shaped or pedunculated papule on inside of cheek, usually the same colour as the rest of the mouth lining, may be ulcerated or rough and scaly. Frequently due to chronic irritation such as cheek or lip biting, rubbing from a rough tooth or denture.[4][8] Oral fibroma (DermNet NZ site-age-specific-oral-fibroma).jpg
Nail: Periungual angiofibroma; papules are smooth, firm, flesh-coloured and emerge from the nail folds.[4] Koenen tumor in tuberous sclerosis (DermNet NZ Koenen-tumor-in-tuberous-sclerosis-v2).jpg
Nose: Fibrous papule of the nose; Common harmless dome shaped shiny firm papule (2-6 mm), sometimes bearing a central hair, typically on nose.[4][9][10] Fibrous papule of the nose (DermNet NZ lesions-fibrous-papule2).jpg
Penis: Pearly penile papules; flesh-colored or white, dome-shaped or filiform, 1 mm - 4 mm, arranged in one or more rows around the corona of the glans penis and sometimes on the penile shaft.[4][11] Hirsuties papillaris coronae glandis.jpg
Acne Comedo; open or closed.[12] Acne comedonica, Stirn, ©WIKIDERM.jpg
Inflammatory papules[13] PMC3900370 abd-88-06-1039-g03.png
Actinic keratosis Red scaling papule[2] SolarAcanthosis.jpg
Angiokeratoma Typically dark red with or without scale, on scrotum[2] Angiokeratoma of the Scrotum 5.jpg
Atopic dermatitis Scaling papule and plaques[2] Follicular pattern of atopic dermatitis (DermNet NZ atopic-dermatitis-1).jpg
Basal cell carcinoma PMC5408973 cureus-0009-00000001110-i02.png
Blue nevus Blue Nevus.jpg
Blueberry muffin baby Purplish small bumps in skin of newborn due to skin producing blood, a function usually of skin usually ceased at around 5-months gestation.[14] Blueberry muffin baby.jpg
Cat-scratch disease Cat-scratch disease lesion.jpg
Cherry angioma [15] Cherry angioma.jpg
Cholinergic urticaria Cholinergic urticaria (DermNet NZ reactions-cholinergic2).jpg

Papules D-F

Condition Features Image
Darier disease Warty, small, firm, skin-coloured, greasy papule that may merge into plaques and have yellow-black crust and feel rough and have an odour.[2] PMC5043358 cde-0008-0218-g01.png
Dermatofibroma PMC4938282 abd-91-03-0354-g01.png
Flat wart Vertuca plana
Folliculitis Isolated folliculitis.jpg
Fordyce spots Fordyce granules inside of cheek.png
Fox–Fordyce disease Fox-Fordyce disease (DermNet NZ hair-nails-sweat-fox-fordyce2).jpg

Papules G-K

Condition Features Image
Granuloma annulare Granuloma annulare.jpg
Halogen acne Acneiform eruption or worsening of existing acne, triggered by medicines containing halogens such as iodides, bromides and fluorides.[16] Pustules due to potassium iodide (DermNet NZ treatments-s-pot-iodide).jpg
Insect bite Bite of Pyemotes herfsi.jpg
Intraoral dental sinus Also called parulis, is an infected small bump on the gum.[17] Parulis 1.png
Kaposi sarcoma Kaposis Sarcoma Lesions.jpg
Keratosis pilaris Keratosis pilaris arm.jpg

Papules L-M

Lichen nitidus Lichen nitidus (DermNet NZ scaly-w-lichen-nitidus2).jpg
Lichen planus Itchy, flat-topped, polygonal, purplish papules with white streaks, which can be solitary, in clusters or in a line.[2][18] Lichen planus arm.png
Lichen sclerosus Lichen sclerosus on upper back (DermNet NZ guttate-lichen-sclerosus).jpg
Lichen simplex chronicus
Lichen spinulosus Lichen spinulosus (DermNet NZ acne-lichen-spinulosus2).jpg
Melanoma Amelanotic melanoma arising wihtin pigmented melanoma (DermNet NZ amelanotic-melanoma-018).jpg
Milia Eyelid milia (DermNet NZ milia-25).jpg
Molluscum contagiosum Molluscaklein.jpg
Mycosis fungoides Mycosis fungoides knee.JPG

Papules N-S

Condition Features Image
Neurofibroma Solitary neurofibroma (DermNet NZ neurofibroma-06).jpg
Papular purpuric gloves and socks syndrome PMC3892651 idr-2012-1-e12-g007.png
Parapsoriasis Salmon-coloured, slightly scaly, well-defined papules and plaques over trunk, arms and legs.[2] PMC4856249 CCR3-4-517-g001 (1).png
Pityriasis rubra pilaris Small follicular papule, with pink to orange-red scale, that feel rough like a nutmeg grater.[2] PMC3505938 CRIM.DM2011-412684.001.png
Polymorphous light eruption Polymorphous light eruption (DermNet NZ reactions-s-pmle3).jpg
Pseudoxanthoma elasticum Pseudoxanthoma elasticum 1.JPG
Psoriasis round, silvery scaling[2] Guttate psoriasis (DermNet NZ scaly-guttate-psoriasis-2763).jpg
Pyogenic granuloma Pyogenic granuloma (DermNet NZ pyogenic-granuloma-023).jpg
Sebaceous hyperplasia Sebaceous hyperplasia (DermNet NZ acne-sebaceous-hyperplasia-3776).jpg
Seborrheic dermatitis [2] Seborrhoeic dermatitis (DermNet NZ dermatitis-sebderm4).jpg
Seborrheic keratosis Scales[2] Seborrheic keratosis on human back.jpg
Skin tag NeckAcrochordons.jpg
Syringoma PMC3726900 IJD-58-326e-g007.png
Secondary syphilis Diffuse, scaling papules, colour of fresh ham, on palms and soles, and flat-topped round fissured papule at the corner of the mouth[2] Secondary syphilis (DermNet NZ syphilis-28).jpg

Papules T-Z

Condition Features Image
Urticaria pigmentosa Urticaria pigmentosa (DermNet NZ reactions-urticaria-pigmentosa1).jpg
Venous lake Venous lake 1.jpg
Wart Viral wart (DermNet NZ viral-wart-08).jpg
Xanthoma Eruptive xanthoma (DermNet NZ eruptive-xanthoma-3).jpg

See also


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  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 Allen, Herbert B. (2010). "1. Papulosquamous diseases". Dermatology Terminology. Philadelphia: Springer. pp. 1–13. ISBN 978-1-84882-839-1. Archived from the original on 2023-07-01. Retrieved 2023-04-30.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Dinulos, James G. H. (2019). "1. Principles of diagnosis and anatomy". Habif' Clinical Dermatology (7th ed.). Elsevier. p. 4. ISBN 978-0-323-61269-2. Archived from the original on 2023-05-21. Retrieved 2023-04-29.
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  8. "Oral irritated fibroma | DermNet NZ". Archived from the original on 4 September 2022. Retrieved 29 September 2021.
  9. Damman, Jeffrey; Biswas, Asok (August 2018). "Fibrous Papule: A Histopathologic Review". The American Journal of Dermatopathology. 40 (8): 551–560. doi:10.1097/DAD.0000000000001083. ISSN 0193-1091. PMID 30028760. Archived from the original on 2021-10-18. Retrieved 2021-11-03.
  10. "Fibrous papule of the nose | DermNet NZ". Archived from the original on 12 August 2021. Retrieved 29 September 2021.
  11. Love, Lauren W.; Badri, Talel; Ramsey, Michael L. (2021). "Pearly Penile Papule". StatPearls. StatPearls Publishing. Archived from the original on 2020-11-11. Retrieved 2021-11-03.
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