ULTRASOUND OF THE SKIN IMAGES https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/ ULTRASOUND OF THE SKIN IMAGES HIDRADENITIS SUPPURATIVA Skin fluid collection (*) in the groin region. Abbreviations: D, dermis; ST, subcutaneous tissue https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69512083 69512083 PLANTAR WART Fusiform hypoechoic lesion that corresponds to the wart (W). Abbreviations: E, epidermis; D, dermis; ST, subcutaneous tissue https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69512084 69512084 BASAL CELL CARCINOMA Hypoechoic solid lesion (*) that involves epidermis, dermis and the upper part of the subcutaneous tissue. https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69512085 69512085 EPIDERMAL CYST Anechoic cystic structure (*) that involves dermis and subcutaneous tissue. Abbreviations: D, dermis; ST, subcutaneous tissue https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69512086 69512086 HEMANGIOMA Solid heterogeneous lesion (*) that involves epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue. Abbreviations: D, dermis; ST, subcutaneous tissue https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69512087 69512087 HEMANGIOMA COLOR DOPPLER Increased blood flow within the lesion ( same case of figure 5) https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69512088 69512088 PILOMATRIXOMA Solid nodule (*) that involves dermis and subcutaneous tissue. The hyperechoic dots within the lesion corresponds to the calcium deposits. The nodule also presents an hypoechoic rim. Abbreviations: D, dermis; ST, subcutaneous tissue https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69512089 69512089 NAIL PSORIASIS Increased thickness of the nail bed and blurriness of the proximal part of the ventral plate. Abbreviations: NB, nail bed; DP, dorsal plate; VP, ventral plate; M, matrix; DPH, distal phalanx https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69512090 69512090 GLOMUS TUMOR OF THE NAIL Hypoechoic nodule (*, between markers) in the proximal nail bed that involves the matrix region . There is a deformation of the bony margin of the distal phalanx ( by extrinsic compression). Abbreviations : NB, nail bed; PL, plates, DPH, distal phalanx https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69673796 69673796 GLOMUS TUMOR SIDE BY SIDE COMPARISON Side by side comparison clearly shows the tumor on the left nail bed. Abbreviations as figure 9. https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69673797 69673797 GLOMUS TUMOR SIDE BY SIDE IN TRANSVERSE VIEW Side by side comparison in transverse axis shows the nodule (*) only present in the left nail bed https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69673798 69673798 GLOMUS TUMOR BLOOD FLOW Power angio in longitudinal view shows increased blood flow within the tumor ( in colors) https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69673799 69673799 ARTERIAL VASCULAR MALFORMATION US ( longitudinal view) shows tortuous vessels with turbulent flow ( arterial) in the subcutaneous tissue https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69673800 69673800 VENOUS VASCULAR MALFORMATION US (transverse view) shows multiple and tortuous vessels (*) in the subcutaneous tissue. All these vessels were easily compressed by the probe pressure. Abbreviations: D, dermis; ST, subcutaneous tissue https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69673801 69673801 VENOUS VASCULAR MALFORMATION COLOR DOPPLER Blood flow within the vessels ( in colors) https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69673802 69673802 VENOUS VASCULAR MALFORMATION SPECTRAL CURVE ANALYSIS Venous (monophasic) flow within the vessels https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69673803 69673803 LYMPHATIC VASCULAR MALFORMATION Anechoic pseudocysts (*) in the subcutaneous tissue. Abbreviations: D, dermis; ST, subcutaneous tissue https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69673804 69673804 MIXED VASCULAR MALFORMATION ( CAPILLARY-LYMPHATIC) Ill-defined structure in the subcutaneous tissue with anechoic lacunar pseudocysts (*, lymphatic component) and hyperechoic tisue ( capillary component) in-between. Abbreviations: D, dermis; ST, subcutaneous tissue https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=69673805 69673805 LIPOMA CLOSE TO THE BRACHIAL VESSELS Hypoechoic mass (*) that corresponds to a lipoma in top of the brachial vessels. Abbreviations: BA, braquial artery; BV, brachial vein https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=70172368 70172368 TRICHILEMMAL CYST OF SCALP Cyst (*) with echoes in the dermis and subcutaneous tissue of the scalp. Abbreviations: D, dermis; ST, subcutaneous tisue; EM, epicraneous muscle; BM, bony margin of the scalp https://www.ximenawortsman.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=70262026 70262026