Sunday, August 29, 2010

Colours in Dermoscopy

View this YouTube video on Colours. Click on the arrow and when it starts go to the bottom of the screen and change the 360 resolution to 1080 and then click on the box with the arrows pointing out to enlarge to full screen. These videos are recorded in high definition. Press ESC on your keyboard to return to normal size.

Black combined with brown is usually due to melanin whereas black plus red is usually due to bleeding.

Yellow also is seen in Xanthomas and Xanthogranuloma 

\White can be seen in Mollusca, Pilomatricoma and Gouty tophi with the various deposits in the skin.