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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Cutaneous dermatomyositis is depicted as a patchy, macular, violaceous erythema classically displaying a livedo or reticulated array.
Mucosal melanomas may be macular, ulcerated, or nodular, and their coloring varies greatly; white, darkbrown, violaceous, and pink lesions have been seen.
These lesions are discrete multiple brown, violaceous or yellow hyperpigmented macules with truncal distribution, and are the result of proliferation of mast cells in the dermis.
Their primitive grill has stingray, catfish, violaceous jay and agouti drying on it.
It is characterized by an initial red papule or pustule rapidly enlarging to deep ulceration with undermined violaceous bluish borders, and marked surrounding erythema.
Three ulcerated, violaceous plaques with undermined deep-infiltrated margins were present: 1 on the trunk (largest diameter 5 cm) (Figure, panel A) and 1 on each thigh.
This patient was afebrile, but developed violaceous nodules on both legs and several toes.
The CoolTouch VARIA(TM), another member of the CoolTouch family of products, provides safe and effective treatment for hair removal and vascular conditions from small superficial red vessels to deeper blue and violaceous leg veins.
Clinically, a typical angiosarcoma starts out as a bruiselike macule that rapidly evolves into an erythematous patch, and then to a violaceous, ulcerated nodule or plaque.
Clinically, PG begins as follicocentric pustules with inflammatory halos that subsequently expand peripherally and form ulcers with sharply circumscribed violaceous raised edges in which necrotic pustules may be seen (1).
Diet and gut morphology in fishes, with special reference to the monkeyface prickleback, Cebidichthys violaceous (Stichaeidae: Blennioidei).