red skin


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Related to red skin: rosacea
Reddened skin of any cause
Aetiology Intoxication by boric acid, carbon monoxide, cyanide, atropine, scopolamine

red skin

Reddened skin of any cause, which may be caused by intoxication by boric acid, carbon monoxide, cyanide, atropine, scopolamine. Cf Red man syndrome.
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Although it has significantly less red skin blush than Gulfcrimson, it has been, nonetheless, judged to be equally attractive as a result of its creamy ground color and exceptionally round shape.
Gather the pastry upwards, leaving some red skin visible.
Petechiae (from the Latin petigo, which means "scab eruption") are small, flat, red skin spots that are often seen on infants.
Select Sides go from freezer to plate in 10 to 12 minutes and contain all of the ingredients needed to prepare a nutritious, multiple serving side dish, including premium roasted red skin or sweet potatoes, vegetables, such as baby Portabella mushrooms and whole green beans, and a unique herb-infused cooking oil packet.
Summary: ADANA (Cihan) a" "Seven Falls", a red skin dance group charmed the Turkish people with their colorful indigenous dances in Turkey's southern city of Adana.
the table-- a broken bell I beg to wrap my red skin around until there
Patches of thick, red skin covered with silvery, flaky scales commonly appear on the elbows and knees, but can emerge anywhere on the body.
About 6 million people in the United States have plaque psoriasis, which is characterized by thickened patches of inflamed, red skin that is often covered with silvery scales.
According to a study published in American Naturalist by Ohio University researchers Andre Fernandez and Molly Morris, once primates began selecting red food, it drove the evolution of red skin and hair through sexual selection, which in turn affected ongoing mate selection.
Red Duke of York are large and oval with a deep red skin and pale yellow finish and have crispy skins when baked or roasted.
Also known as heat rash, or miliaria, prickly heat is an itchy and red skin rash which often causes a stinging, or prickling, sensation.
They're then shelled and shipped to the plant, where they are cleaned and the red skin is removed.