January 2004, Volume 34 Number 1 , p 68 -
IN A PREVIOUS ARTICLE, we discussed how to identify primary skin lesions. In this article, we’ll look at secondary lesions. These can result from changes over time to primary lesions or from trauma to primary lesions. Examples of secondary skin lesions are scales, crusts, excoriations, erosions, ulcers, fissures, scars, and keloids.