There are 7 images in this galleryLast updated: Fri, 2014-11-21 16:13Term description:
These photos were taken when the disease was in a very florid phase. Many coalesced and ulcerated, becoming extremely painful and causing neuropathic (nerve) damage.
There are 9 images in this galleryLast updated: Fri, 2014-11-21 16:23Term description:
These photos are of mature lesions caused by Degos Disease, eight years from initial diagnosis.
There are 6 images in this galleryLast updated: Fri, 2014-11-21 16:47Term description:
As the disease progressed. The lesions became extremely florid and inflamed. Some ulcerated and became badly infected.
Now I have scars from the original lesions, and some (particularly where my arms are exposed to sunlight) have pretty much disappeared altogether. It may be worth looking at the different image galleries here to see how what were horrible lesions have become no more than slightly unsightly scars with no pain or discomfort at all.
There are 12 images in this galleryLast updated: Thu, 2014-07-10 19:32Term description:
The lesion commonly has a wedge shape. The epidermis is atrophic or even ulcerated. Underneath, the dermis can be necrotic. There is a mild dermal perivascular lymphocytic infiltrate. The vessels can appear swollen and sometimes intravascular fibrin thrombi can be seen.
There are 18 images in this galleryLast updated: Tue, 2010-09-14 16:23Term description:
Becky Street, who died 23rd October 2008, aged 15 months. This tiny girl died at 15 months from Degos Disease. She had it from birth.
There are 2 images in this galleryLast updated: Fri, 2014-03-21 13:12Term description:
These are typical Degos lesions which had appeared nine months previously.
There are 2 images in this galleryLast updated: Thu, 2014-11-20 16:44Term description:
There are 9 images in this galleryLast updated: Tue, 2010-09-14 16:13Term description:
There are 5 images in this galleryLast updated: Sat, 2011-03-26 14:47Term description:
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