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pallor

 [pal´or]
paleness, as of the skin.

pal·lor

(pal'ŏr),
Paleness, as of the skin.
[L.]

pallor

Medtalk Paleness

pal·lor

(pal'ŏr)
Paleness, as of the skin.
[L.]

pallor

Undue paleness of the skin, observable also in certain mucous membranes, such as the CONJUNCTIVA and the lining of the mouth. Transient pallor may result from constriction of the blood vessels near the surface. Longer-term pallor may be due to ANAEMIA or lack of exposure to sunlight. Permanent pallor may be caused by ALBINISM.

pal·lor

(pal'ŏr)
Paleness, as of the skin.
[L.]
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Five months later the patient remained asymptomatic without further episodes of hand pallor.
Recession, pallor; intra oral pigmentation, pallor of oral mucosa, proclinations of teeth, spacing in teeth and persistence of mamelon were examined, observed and recorded.
Thus, impact by a rounded object or a cricket ball results in a doughnut-shaped bruise, the bruise occurring as a circular broad rim with an area of central pallor. Similarly, an injury with a rod-shaped object results in an area of central pallor, outlined by two narrow parallel bands of bruising, known as tramline bruising.
Two additional bats were inoculated subcutaneously; areas of pallor developed in the wing skin similar to those observed in the originally infected bat (online Technical Appendix Figure 3).
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There was a noticeable sell off of the blue chips today which impelled many to horde them pending better market conditions next week, they hoped, said stock market analyst Adnan Al-Dulaimi, noting that the lackluster performance in the market this week was due in some measure to the pallor cast on it by a number of strained political factors.
Curiously, after she got married, she suddenly morphed into this unrecognizable creature with straight long blonde hair, facial pallor to match, accented with a sophisticated scowl.
Clinical examination of suffering calves was performed ardently and revealed clinical markers such as lymph nodes enlargement, pallor or jaundiced mucous membrane, reduces appetite, pyrexia, pica, coughing and respiratory distress, lacrimation, exophthalmia, petechiae, recumbency, sub-mandibular and/or ventral edema, melena, diarrhea and hemoglobinnuria were recorded.