glossy skin

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gloss·y skin

shiny atrophy of the skin, usually of the hands, following nerve injury; a type of neurotrophic atrophy.

glossy skin

Etymology: ONorse, glosa, smooth and shiny; AS, scinn
a shiny skin that is usually secondary to neuritis and may be associated with other integumentary disorders, including alopecia, skin fissuring, and ulceration. It usually begins as an erythematous area on an extremity, usually the hands.

glossy skin

Neuritic atrophoderma A descriptor for the smooth skin characteristic of denervation atrophy

gloss·y skin

(glawsē skin)
Shiny atrophy of the skin, usually of the hands, following nerve injury.

gloss·y skin

(glawsē skin)
Shiny dermal atrophy after nerve injury; type of neurotrophic atrophy.