His bleeding resolved and ecchymoses
subsided by the fourth day of admission, when he was discharged.
In our case, a 20-year-old married woman suffering from nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, fatigue, and ecchymoses
around the lower part of her extremities was admitted to the Department of Gastroenterology of the Ankara University School of Medicine.
On the second visit, the patient stated that the ecchymoses
on her face were not caused by falling, but by slapping by her mother who was angry with her because she was naugthy.
Even at the low dose, skin thinning and ecchymoses
represent one of the most common glucocorticoid adverse events.
In conclusion the sudden presence of large hematoma or extensive ecchymoses
especially in the elderly or in postpartum women without significant trauma or known bleeding disorder should raise suspicion of an acquired Factor VIII inhibitor.
A rare presenting symptom in children with leukaemia, called leukaemia cutis, may be confused with ecchymoses
, since the lesions may be purplish in colour.
She had costochondral and diffuse abdominal tenderness and ecchymoses
at intramuscular injection sites (antiemetics).
Of the viral hemorrhagic fevers, CCHF infection has the most florid hemorrhage and highest frequency of large ecchymoses
Profuse bleeding at the pores" and "scarlet stains upon the body and face" of infected persons resemble the petechiae, ecchymoses
, and mucous membrane hemorrhages found in half or more of Ebola fever patients.
In July 2000, a 5-year-old Muslim child was admitted to the hospital with fever, vomiting, and ecchymoses
Mast cell leukemia is often associated with ecchymoses
and bleeding episodes.
She was treated empirically with antipyretic drugs and had a slight improvement; 3 days after beginning treatment, fever and epistaxis returned with myalgia; irritability; papulovesicular rash involving the extremities, thorax, and oral mucosa; vaginal and gingival bleeding; and disseminated ecchymoses