pigskin appearance

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Dermatology A descriptor for taut, shiny, non-pitting and painful skin of patients with lipaemia, usually on legs
Nephrology A descriptor for a finely bosselated kidney surface seen after removing the capsule; the papular elevations correspond to sclerotic hyalinised, hypertrophied arterioles, typical of benign nephrosclerosis
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pigskin appearance

Moroccan leather appearance Dermatology A descriptor for taut, shiny, non-pitting and painful skin of Pts with lipemia, usually on legs. See Painful fat syndrome.
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