ochrodermia

o·chro·der·mi·a

(ō'krō-der'mē-ă),
Yellow discoloration of the skin.
[G. ōchros, pale yellow, + derma, skin]

ochrodermia

An obsolete term for yellow skin; i.e., xanthoderma.
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There was a reduction of muscle strength in the right lower limb, together with hypesthesia, ochrodermia, low skin temperature, and decreased dorsalis pedis artery pulse.
In addition, skin problems were also noted, including broken skin, skin yellowing, hematocyanosis, rash, hyperpigmentation, ochrodermia, edema, dehydration, furuncle, petechia, bruise or blood spot, scar, and pale skin.