livedoid

liv·e·doid

(liv'ĕ-doyd),
Pertaining to or resembling livedo.

liv·e·doid

(liv'ĕ-doyd)
Pertaining to or resembling livedo.
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HBOT has been used in the treatment of many dermatological conditions, including NSTIs, compromised grafts and flaps, poorly healing or recalcitrant ulcers (e.g., pyoderma gangrenosum, livedoid vasculopathy, and venous stasis), hidradenitis suppurativa (HS), toxic epidermal necrolysis, post-injection necrosis, calciphylaxis, Hansen's disease (leprosy), scleroderma, and brown recluse spider envenomation (4-6, 8-29).
Livedoid vasculopathy, also known as atrophie blanche and PURPLE (painful purpuric ulcers with reticular pattern of the lower extremities) is a rare, chronic vascular condition.
Leprosy of Lucio and Latapi with extremity livedoid vascular changes.
Nicolau syndrome (livedoid dermatitis, embolia cutis medicamentosa) is a rare complication of intramuscular injection that usually presents with pain at the injection site, hyperemia, skin discoloration, redness, abscess formation, and local ischemic necrosis involving the skin and adipose tissue.
For ulcerative lesions of PG, frequent differential diagnosis include infective such as necrotizing fascitis, vascular occlusive or venous disease, necrobiosis lipoidica, livedoid vasculitis, sarcoidosis, or cutaneous malignancies such as squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma, vasculitic processes such as Wegener's, malignancy such as lymphoma or leukemia, and pustular drug reactions.
Nicolau syndrome (livedoid dermatitis) is a rare complication of intramuscular injection.
We observed markedly enhanced functional stability of PAI-1 in patients with a rare thrombotic skin condition: livedoid vasculopathy [41].
O donemde dis merkezde alinan biyopsi sonucunun livedoid vaskulopati ile uyumlu oldugu ve hastaya oral prednizolon, metotreksat ve hidroksiklorokin tedavilerinin baslanildigi ogrenildi.
Of the 78 patients in the cohort who had autoimmune disease, most had rheumatoid arthritis, lupus or livedoid vasculopathy, a type of vascular disease.
Livedoid vasculitis-like ulcers were an initial skin sign in four patients.
For example: livedoid macules, (11) an erythematous papular eruption of the extremity associated with claudication, (13) nonblanching lesions of the fingertips, (14) necrosis to the toes, (15) Raynaud's phenomenon, (16) and erythema and petechiae of the hands and feet.