Pearly white areas (Wickham striae
) and peripheral striations correspond to compact orthokeratosis above zones of wedge-shaped hypergranulosis, acanthosis, and dermal fibrosis (3, 4).
KEYWORDS: Adhesions, Cesarean section, Keloid, Scar, Striae
distensae, Stretchmark, Surgical complication.
Variable Chi-square value p value Wickham's striae
8.4 0.004 (significant) Table 2: Comparison of mast cell distribution among study groups using Kruskal-Wallis test.
They indicate the termination of the enamel striae
of Retzius on the labial surface of the tooth.
* ELP: A reticular pattern is more prominent, whereas in DLE striae
appear very faint and fine.
In this report, Marfan syndrome with tall stature and transverse striae
of the back was presented.
amoenum presents subrostrateapices and more radiate striae
The presence of striae
gravidarum or not and the surgical parameters were recorded by circulating nurse of operating room during operation.
Local adverse effects of topical steroids are acne, purpura, atrophy, striae
, and telangiectasia.
A 16-year-old adolescent male presented with multiple linear striae
affecting both axillae and proximal arms.
may result from a number of causes, including, but not limited to, rapid changes in weight, adolescent growth spurts, corticosteroid use or Cushing Syndrome, and generally appear on the buttocks, thighs, knees, calves, or lumbosacral area.
Her physical exam on admission to the psychosomatic ward identified a moon-shaped face, exophthalmos, and purple striae
on her legs, so acute psychiatric symptoms secondary to Cushing's syndrome was suspected.