The act of excoriating or flaying, or state of being excoriated, or stripped of the skin; abrasion.
Stripping of possession; spoliation.
an area of the skin covered by a crust, or scab, usually caused by scratching.
This is superficial loss of epidermis often due to self trauma secondary to pruritus. They are often linear.
A linear break in the skins surface caused by extensive scratching. The area will often be covered with blood or a crust.
Superficial loss of skin, such as that due to scraping or scratching.
an abraded area where the skin is torn or worn off
a linear erosion caused by scratching
loss of the superficial layers of the skin
Linear scratches on the skin.
An injury to the skin's surface that may be caused by abrasion, scratching, burns or trauma.
Skin irritation and breakdown.
Breakdown of skin resulting from rubbing against a surface.
a hollowed-out or linear area of the skin covered by a crust.
Destruction of skin surface.
An excoriation is a scratch mark. It may be linear or a picked scratch ( prurigo). Excoriations may occur in the absence of a primary dermatosis.
Scratch; linear break in the skin surface. Often covered with blood or crust.
An excoriation is an erosion or destruction of the skin by mechanical means, which appears in the form as a scratch or abrasion of the skin. It is commonly seen in other skin disorders causing itching/pruritus: dry skin, dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, scabies, etc. The condition is characteristic of a symptom of other illnesses like liver failure where pruritus is caused by increases of bilirubin.