blue spots

blue spots

A popular term for macular lesions of the skin, which have a bluish tinge due to the Tyndall effect.
(1) Blue nevus.
(2) Maculae caerulae.
(3) Mongolian spots.
References in classic literature ?
But not before he left certain black and blue spots, to be remembered by, I see," commented Robin.
She had a blue spot somewhere, which she showed to several persons, including Bellegarde.
DHW marginal region with 3 conspicuous blue spots with white scales in central area in [M.
The white curtains with blue spots she had drawn shut shortly before he passed away are open now to let the sunlight in.
Vertical bars tinged with white and electric blue spots are common on "lit up" sails, such as those shown in under water videos corralling sardines into balls like ocean cowboys rounding up cattle.
In an examination administered by a prison physician, Soltan had "very obvious blue spots under his skin all over his body," a statement on the page said.
Dorsal fin with two different patterns: anterior portion with bright blue lines, followed by yellow blotches; posterior area of dorsal fin with 34 small aligned bright blue spots followed by large yellow blotches, followed by 2-3 rows of bright blue spots.
The scientists noticed blue spots on the back of the insects in one nest.
The researchers found that many of the worker termites had blue spots where the insects' thorax and abdomen met.
The sheep are marked with blue spots on their backs and each has a tag in its ear with reference number UK106284 on it.
But the map doesn't chart election results: Red splotches indicate a high probability of Gunnison sage-grouse nesting; blue spots represent areas where nesting is unlikely.
He painted blue spots on his chest, hands, face and body to simulate the symptoms of the plague.