On physical examination, ecchymosis
with different diameters and colours were observed, one on the right wrist and two on the shoulders.
(a) Extensive ecchymosis
of the lower extremity prior to the treatment.
Hematological disorders might exhibit epistaxis, ecchymosis
, and other signs.
The patient was in relatively good clinical condition with no signs of new ecchymosis
and no neurologic deficit.
First, a seatbelt sign with lower abdominal ecchymosis
in reproductive-age women may indicate uterine injury, even in the absence of pelvic fracture or malalignment on radiographic imaging as seen in this patient.
Evaluation of the patient revealed a closed, neurovascularly intact transverse femoral shaft fracture without ecchymosis
, skin changes, or open wounds.
Acute neck swelling, ecchymosis
of neck and chest, and parathyroid hormone elevation are three characteristic criteria for hemorrhaging parathyroid tumors .
He returned to the emergency department 24 hours later with mild discomfort and ecchymosis
of the left scrotum.
Post-term neonates showed a significantly higher incidence of scalp ecchymosis
A 46-year-old male, a case of ITP was brought to the Department of Oncology and Hematology in a tertiary care hospital, presented with complaints of petechial patches all over the body and ecchymosis
in the right side of abdomen.
Although it is generally asymptomatic, patients with postoperative hematoma can suffer from a range of symptoms from ecchymosis
to life-threating dyspnea (1, 2).
Data regarding the clinical manifestations of study subjects were collected and included the initial disease classification (suspected DF, DHF or DSS); fever (yes/no); headache (yes/no); myalgia (yes/no); arthralgia (yes/no); retro-ocular pain (yes/no); skin rash (yes/no); persisting vomiting (yes/no); abdominal pain or tenderness (yes/ no); clinical fluid accumulation (ascites, edema or pleural effusion; yes/no); increased capillary fragility (petechiae, ecchymosis
, hematoma or positive tourniquet test; yes/ no) and mucosal bleeding (gingival bleeding, epistaxis, hematemesis or melena; yes/no).