Sneddon syndrome


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Sned·don syn·drome

[MIM*182410]
a cerebral arteriopathy of unknown etiology, characterized by noninflammatory intimal hyperplasia of medium-sized vessels associated with diffuse cutaneous livedo reticularis.

Sned·don syn·drome

[MIM*182410]
a cerebral arteriopathy of unknown etiology, characterized by noninflammatory intimal hyperplasia of medium-sized vessels associated with diffuse cutaneous livedo reticularis.
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Sneddon syndrome

A condition characterized by fixed patchy livido reticularis, cerebral ischemia Lab Antiphospholipid antibodies, leukocytoclastic vasculitis
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Sned·don syn·drome

(sned'ŏn sin'drōm)
A cerebral arteriopathy of unknown etiology, characterized by noninflammatory intimal hyperplasia of medium-sized vessels associated with diffuse cutaneous livedo reticularis.
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Sneddon,

Ian Bruce, English dermatologist, 1923-1987.
Sneddon syndrome - a cerebral arteriopathy of unknown etiology, characterized by noninflammatory intimal hyperplasia of medium-size vessels.
Sneddon-Wilkinson disease - a chronic pruritic anular eruption of sterile vesicles and pustules beneath the stratum corneum. Synonym(s): subcorneal pustular dermatosis
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Sned·don syn·drome

(sned'ŏn sin'drōm) [MIM*182410]
Cerebral arteriopathy of unknown etiology, characterized by noninflammatory intimal hyperplasia of medium-sized vessels associated with diffuse cutaneous livedo reticularis.
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It is generally secondary to a systemic disease, such as antiphospholipid antibody syndrome or Sneddon syndrome. (6)