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Does Pigmented Purpuric Dermatitis which is noticed on the foot spreads all over the body? Please answer the query and help me out..

Does Pigmented Purpuric Dermatitis which is noticed on the foot spreads all over the body?  Please answer the query and help me out..

Usually not: These disorders are caused by red cells extravasating into the skin and causing discoloration. They typically show up on dependent areas of the body. This is why pressure stocking and elevation help the problem. ...Read more

Non Blanching Red Or Purple Spots (Definition)

Non blanching red or purple spots can describe purpura, which is bleeding beneath the skin that does not blanch with pressure. It can be caused by platelet disorders, coagulation disordes, vascular ...Read more


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What is purpura ill ness hsd :?

What is purpura
 ill ness hsd :?

Bruising: Purpura has many causes. It appears as bruising of the skin. ...Read more

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Could you explain what is henoch shonlien purpura sicknes?

Rare immune disorder: Common in kids, manifests as skin red rash, arthritis and abdominal pain which resolves spontaneously in most usually in 4 mos, but may have persistence and organ involvement in some, such as kidneys etc. Elevated reactive proteins CRP usually seen. Exact cause unknown but may happen after infections.Adults may have kidney injury.Biopsy of skin or kidney may be diagnostic. Treatment is symptomatic ...Read more

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What causes senile purpura?

We don't know: The condition is referred to as idiopathic, which means that we haven't worked out the pathology, or mechanism of the problem. Purpura is bruising, senile purpura occurs in older people. It can be worsened by blood thinners such as aspirin, fish oil, Plavix or coumadin (warfarin). ...Read more

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Picture of purpura for leukemia

Picture of purpura for leukemia

Leukemia: Pictures of examples of the purpura of leukemia can be found on the picture section of the search engine of your choice. ...Read more

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What's thrombocytopenic purpura?

What's thrombocytopenic purpura?

There are 2 types: Of thrombocytopenic purpura. The idiopathic type is low platelets due to immune destruction (itp). The consumption of platelets be formation of miniclots in the small vessels is called thrombotic (ttp). ...Read more

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Henoch schonlein purpura symptoms?

Henoch schonlein purpura symptoms?

May start as rash: The rash may start above the feet and progress over the knees. It does not blanche if you press on it and release it, because the little red spots are bleeds, called petechiae. Next the feet swell and may develop pitting edema. You now need an immunologist assessment and therapy with steroids to prevent kidney involvement and arrest progression of this autoimmune disease.Serum IGA may be high. ...Read more

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How common is henoch schonlein purpura?

Commonly uncommon: Quoted figures are between 6 and 22 per 100,000 children. So if you estimate 1 in 10,000, most pediatricians will see a few cases in their careers, and most people (friends, neighbors and family) will never have heard of it. Consider it a common disease that is uncommonly seen. ...Read more

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Why is a splenectomy done for thrombocytic purpura?

stop platelet destr: Idiopathic thrombocytic purpura is a disease whereby your immune system develops antibodies against itself, specifically your platelets which are important for preventing or stopping bleeding. Your spleen is the organ responible for collecting and destroying your platelets.Therefore those patients whose disease is not responive to medications may require spenectomy to decrease their destrucion. ...Read more

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What can you know about henoch-schonlein purpura (hsp)?

What can you know about henoch-schonlein purpura (hsp)?

Joint pain ; rash: Petechiae and purpura (red to purple dot and bumps) along with joint pain or infrequently with abdominal pain. The whole process often resolves spontaneously. Uncommon complications include glomerulonephritis and intussusception. ...Read more

Purpura (Definition)

Purpura are non blanching red or purple spots caused by bleeding beneath the skin. The spots do not blanch with pressure. They can be caused by platelet disorders, coagulation disordes, vascular ...Read more


Pigment (Definition)

Any chemical which has a color (minerals also) can be said to have a pigment. Such chemicals are responsible for the colors of the skin, the hair, the eyes and things we don't ordinary see such as the brown ...Read more