Kohlmeier-Degos syndrome

Kohl·mei·er-De·gos syn·drome

(kōl'mī-ĕr dā-gō'),
vascular occlusive disorder predominantly involving the small arteries of the skin and bowel with about one fifth of patients having central nervous system symptoms secondary to arterial fibrosis and thrombosis.

Degos,

Robert, French dermatologist, 1904-1987.
Degos acanthoma - obsolete term for clear cell acanthoma.
Degos disease - a cutaneovisceral syndrome characterized by pathognomonic umbilicated porcelain-white papules followed by peritonitis, progressive neurological disability, and death. Synonym(s): Degos syndrome; malignant atrophic papulosis
Degos syndrome - Synonym(s): Degos disease
Kohlmeier-Degos syndrome - see under Kohlmeier

Kohlmeier,

W., German physician.
Kohlmeier-Degos syndrome - vascular occlusive disorder predominantly involving the small arteries of the skin and bowel.