pretibial


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pretibial

 [pre-tib´e-al]
in front of the tibia.
pretibial fever leptospirosis due to Leptospira interrogans serogroup autumnalis, marked by a rash on the pretibial region, with lumbar and postorbital pain, malaise, nasal inflammation, and fever. Also known as Fort Bragg fever because it was observed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

pre·tib·i·al

(prē-tib'ē-ăl),
Relating to the anterior portion of the leg; denoting especially certain muscles.

pretibial

/pre·tib·i·al/ (-tib´e-al) in front of the tibia.

pretibial

[prētib′ē·əl]
Etymology: L, prae + tibia, shinbone
pertaining to the area of the leg in front of the tibia.

pretibial

cranial to the tibia.
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Annularly arranged nodular pretibial myxedema after 7-year treatment of Graves' disease.
Initial systemic blood pressure was 180/100 mmHg and bilateral (++) pretibial edema was observed on physical examination.
The lower extremities account for an additional 25% of all pressure sores, with malleolar, heel, patellar, and pretibial locations being most common.
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Es caracteristica patognomonica, pero excepcional en ninos, la dermopatia infiltrativa o mixedema pretibial.
La cicatriz hipertrofica o queloide es mayor a nivel esternal [esternon], submandibular o pretibial, donde la tension cutanea es particularmente importante, especificamente la orientacion de la cicatriz respecto a las lineas de tension de la piel, conocidas como lineas de Langer.
They cover signs and symptoms; the genetic, immune system, and environmental aspects of pathology in hyperthyroid disorders; coexisting conditions like nodular disease and vitamin B12 deficiency; conventional treatments; alternative and complementary therapies; hyperthyroidism in pregnancy, the postpartum period, and children and adolescents; and Graves' ophthalmopathy and other extrathyroidal manifestations, such as euthyroid Graves' disease, pretibial myxedema, and thyroid acropachy.
These lesions were unilateral occurance and the involved area was about 600 cm2 from the pretibial region to the posterior aspect of leg.
En este tipo de hipertiroidismo puede presentarse bocio, pero raramente se hallan la oftalmopatia y el mixedema pretibial.
Other manifestations include dermopathy, present in 1-2% of patients, affecting pretibial area, feet or areas of injury.