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petechia

 [pe-te´ke-ah] (L.)
a minute, pinpoint, nonraised, perfectly round, purplish red spot caused by intradermal or submucous hemorrhage, which later turns blue or yellow. adj., adj pete´chial.

petechia

/pe·te·chia/ (pĕ-te´ke-ah) pl. pete´chiae   [L.] a minute red spot due to escape of a small amount of blood.pete´chial

petechia

(pə-tē′kē-ə)
n. pl. pete·chiae (-kē-ī′)
A small purplish spot on a body surface, such as the skin or a mucous membrane, caused by a minute hemorrhage and often seen in typhus.

pe·te′chi·al adj.
pe·te′chi·ate (-ĭt) adj.

petechia

Plural, petechiae  Dermatology A pinpoint, unraised, round red spot under the skin caused by RBCs leaking from capillaries

petechiae

(pē-tē′kē-ē) petechia [It. petecchia, skin spot]
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PETECHIAE
1. Small, purplish, hemorrhagic spots on the skin that appear in patients with platelet deficiencies (thrombocytopenias) and in many febrile illnesses. See: illustration
2. Red spots from the bite of a flea.

Petechia

A tiny, purplish-red spot on the skin. Caused by the leakage of a bit of blood out of a vessel and under the skin.

petechia

pl. petechiae [L.] a minute, pinpoint, nonraised, perfectly round, purplish red spot caused by intradermal or submucous hemorrhage, which later turns blue or yellow.
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Grossly, the birds had enlarged livers and spleens; dilated loops of duodenum; and petechia of the proventricular, ventricular, and small intestinal mucosas.
epistaxis, hematemesis, hematuria, hemoptysis, petechia, of purpura).
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The rash formed bullae with palpable purpura and petechia.
FINAL DIAGNOSIS: Streptococcal pharyngitis with secondary petechia.
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En Las Chatas se registraron 50 especies de aves, distribuidas en 20 familias, de estas especies cuatro fueron migratorias: Catharus ustulatus, Myiarchus crinitus, Hirundo rustica y Setophaga petechia.