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purpura

[′pər·pyə·rə]
(medicine)
Spontaneous hemorrhages into tissues such as joints, skin, and mucosal surfaces.
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Purpuric skin lesions in our patient spread to his extremities 1 year before the current presentation.
On the palms and soles, on the dorsum of the hands and feet, and on the shins, purpuric macules were the predominant lesions (Figs.
Clinical Spectrum of HSP Clinical Features Number Percentage Purpuric rash 61 100 Subcutaneous oedema 9 15 Abdominal pain 43 70 Vomiting 13 21 Melena 3 5 Arthritis 40 65 Renal involvement 3 5 Scrotal pain and swelling 4 6
Upon examination, the patient initially presented with a conspicuous purpuric head and neck discoloration which was absent elsewhere on the body.
Neonatal Purpura Fulminans usually presents with a rapid onset of purpuric lesions within first 24 hours of life.
Like pityriasis rosea, pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta (PLEVA) is characterized by papular lesions that resolve spontaneously; the lesions of PLEVA usually evolve to vesicular, necrotic, and purpuric papules that take longer to resolve than PR lesions.
He had generalized skin erythema and irregularly shaped itchy purpuric macules.
There was nonitchy flat purpuric rash, particularly on his lower extremities.
She had urinary incontinence, nonpalpable purpuric lesions on the lower limbs, and decreased distal muscular strength, partially limiting the gait.
The disease predominantly affected lower legs as purpuric or papular eruption.
The skin was examined for any purpuric spots, acne, hirsutism, and features of hyperandrogenism.
Multiple mucocutaneous manifestations were displayed, and the top four most common types of lesions were purpuric eruptions (39.8%), urticaria (23.8%), Raynaud's phenomenon (14.9%), and angular stomatitis (9.9%).