violaceous


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vi·o·la·ceous

(vī'ō-lā'shŭs),
Denoting a purple discoloration, usually of the skin.
[L. viola, violet]

violaceous

/vi·o·la·ceous/ (vi″o-la´shus) having a violet color, usually describing a discoloration of the skin.

vi·o·la·ceous

(vī'ō-lā'shŭs)
Denoting a purple discoloration, usually of the skin.
[L. viola, violet]

violaceous

Of a violet or purple colour.
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Circumscribed morphea describes three or fewer discrete, oval, or round indurated plaques, with central whitening and a violaceous periphery.
Previous studies have shown that PG classically presented with one or more painful ulcers with violaceous, undermined borders on the lower legs.
It is one of the necrolytic erythemas that presents with itchy well-defined, dusky, erythematous to violaceous papules and plaques on acral areas.
On examination she appeared wasted and pale and had violaceous skin lesions, with similar lesions in her mouth.
A 63-year-old male patient was referred to our dermatology clinic due to painful violaceous bullous plaques located on the palms and dorsal aspect of the fingers of both hands with 2 weeks' evolution (Figure 1).
Physical examination manifested typical CS features, including buffalo hump, moon face, and violaceous striae in his abdomen and thighs.
These tumours characteristically involve the scalp or face of elderly individuals, where they present as bluish or violaceous plaques and nodules.
The major differences among both species are the more robust and larger basidiomata with yellowish to violaceous tinges of S.
This study also suggested that Libyodrilus violaceous could be a suitable bio-indicator for pollution.
One week prior to admission, he was again seen in the HIV outpatient clinic, where he was noted to have a violaceous, fungating lesion on the hard palate (Figure 1).
Multiple nonblanchable violaceous rash with desquamation was observed on her face and distal extremities [Figure 1]a.
Filgueiras and colleagues [12] reported a 42-year old male with alcohol intoxication who had lumps around the neck and the shoulder as well as purple, scaly, erythematous violaceous lesions and bullous lesions on the limbs; the patient was diagnosed with chronic alcohol intoxication, Madelung's disease, and niacin deficiency.