Fingertip necrosis in photos

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Bleomycin-induced Raynaud’s phenomenon

Photo 1. Bleomycin-induced Raynaud’s phenomenon.

Cyclosporine vasculopathy in renal transplant recipient

Photo 2. Cyclosporine vasculopathy in renal transplant recipient.

Levophed ischemic necrosis

Photo 3. Levophed ischemic necrosis.

Alcoholic motor and sensory neuropathy with oven burns

Photo 4. Alcoholic motor and sensory neuropathy with oven burns.

Alcoholic motor and sensory neuropathy with oven burns too

Photo 5. Alcoholic motor and sensory neuropathy with oven burns too.

Mucormycosis

Photo 6. Mucormycosis.

Cryoglobulinemia

Photo 7. Cryoglobulinemia.

Diabetic gangrene

Photo 8. Diabetic gangrene.

Polycythemia vera

Photo 9. Polycythemia vera.

Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome

Photo 10. Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome.

Lupus anticoagulant syndrome

Photo 11. Lupus anticoagulant syndrome.

Frostbite

Photo 12. Frostbite.

Atrial fibrillation with emboli

Photo 13. Atrial fibrillation with emboli.

Cholesterol emboli

Photo 14. Cholesterol emboli.

Cholesterol emboli (2)

Photo 15. Cholesterol emboli (2).

Cholesterol emboli (3)

Photo 16. Cholesterol emboli (3).

Cholesterol emboli (4)

Photo 17. Cholesterol emboli (4).

Ischemic infarcts; occluded brachial and radial arteries

Photo 18. Ischemic infarcts; occluded brachial and radial arteries.

Peripheral symmetric gangrene (DIC); pneumococcal sepsis following splenectomy

Photo 19. Peripheral symmetric gangrene (DIC); pneumococcal sepsis
following splenectomy.

Peripheral symmetric gangrene (DIC); pneumococcal sepsis following splenectomy too

Photo 20. Peripheral symmetric gangrene (DIC); pneumococcal sepsis
following splenectomy too.

Peripheral symmetric gangrene (DIC); pneumococcal sepsis following splenectomy too (2)

Photo 21. Peripheral symmetric gangrene (DIC); pneumococcal sepsis
following splenectomy too (2).

Peripheral symmetric gangrene (DIC) – Streptococcus pneumoniae sepsis in an asplenic patient

Photo 22. Peripheral symmetric gangrene (DIC) – Streptococcus
pneumoniae sepsis in an asplenic patient.

Radial artery cannulation

Photo 23. Radial artery cannulation.

Venous gangrene

Photo 24. Venous gangrene.


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» Nodules, congenital
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» Nodules, hyperpigmented
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» Nodules, multilobulated
» Nodules, multiple, subcutaneous
» Nodules, red
» Nodule, red, extrimities
» Nodules, red, face
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» Nodule, red, hand
» Nodules, skin colored
» Nodules, ulcerated
» Nodules, vascular appearance (kaposi
» Paronychia
» Penile lesions
» Penile ulcers
» Perianal ulcers, single or multiple
» Scalp ulcers
» Scrotal ulcerations
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