Pastia sign

Pas·ti·a sign

(pahs'tē-ah),
the presence of pink or red transverse lines at the bend of the elbow in the preeruptive stage of scarlatina; they persist through the eruptive stage and remain as pigmented lines after desquamation.
Synonym(s): Thomson sign
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Pastia sign

Infectious disease Hemorrhagic transverse lines at bend of elbow, wrist, or inguinal region, which persists after desquamation, caused by scarlet fever. See Scarlet fever.
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Pas·ti·a sign

(pahs'tē-ah sīn)
The presence of pink or red transverse lines at the bend of the elbow in the preeruptive stage of scarlatina; they persist through the eruptive stage and remain as pigmented lines after desquamation.
Synonym(s): Thomson sign.
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Pastia,

Constantin Chessec, Romanian physician, 1883-1926.
Pastia lines
Pastia sign - the presence of pink or red transverse lines at the bend of the elbow in the preeruptive stage of scarlatina. Synonym(s): Thomson sign
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Pas·ti·a sign

(pahs'tē-ah sīn)
Presence of pink or red transverse lines at the bend of the elbow in the preeruptive stage of scarlatina.
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