small: flat spot.
A discoloured, flat spot of skin.
a patch of skin that is discolored but not usually elevated; caused by various diseases
a circumscribed flat area of skin, different in color or texture from its surrounding tissue
a flat, circumscribed skin discoloration that is neither raised nor depressed
a flat discolored area of the skin, and a papule is a small raised bump
a flat discoloured area and a papule is a small raised lump
an area of discoloration without elevation or depression
a small, discolored spot or patch on the surface of the skin, neither raised nor sunken, as freckles All About Rosacea Skin Care Solutions Click here to order treatment
a temporary flat, red spot left by a healed acne lesion
a temporary red spot left by a healed blackheads lesion
a temporary red spot that remains after an acne lesion has healed
The flat, reddish spots that are the final stage of an acne lesion. Macules may last for up to six months (longer with prolonged sun exposure) but usually leave no permanent scar.
A patch of skin altered in color but usu. not elevated that is a characteristic feature of various diseases (as smallpox)
A flat spot or patch of skin that is not the same color as the surrounding skin.
A small area of skin different in color to the majority of the body, but flush with the surrounding skin.
A discolored area of skin that is not elevated above the skin surface.
A lesion less than 1.0 cm in greatest dimension ; Flush with the level of surrounding normal skin; Colour differs from that of the surrounding normal skin ; Eg. Traumatic senile purpura.
An area that is usually distinguished by a color different from that of the surrounding tissue. It is flat and does not protrude above the surface of the normal tissue (e.g. freckles).
A flat spot on the skin whose color may be lighter or darker than the surrounding skin.
the smaller version of a patch - a flat discolored spot.
Flat, nonpalpable change on skin.
A flat skin lesion that has an abnormal color, coloring that differs from the surrounding normal skin. White, brown, and red are the most common color changes seen in macules. A freckle is a macule. When a macule is larger than 5 mm it is called a patch.
The macule is the simplest dermatological lesion. It is flat and can only be seen and not felt. The macule is noted by a change in color of the skin.