vitropression

vitropression

(vĭt″rō-prĕsh′ŭn) [L. vitrum, glass, + pressio, a squeezing]
A method of temporarily eliminating redness of the skin caused by hyperemia by pressure with a glass slide on the skin for the purpose of studying any lesions or discolorations.
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Papular lesions may become nodular in the severe forms of rosacea, with appearance of lupoid infiltrate on vitropression. Skin edema may accompany or follow the episodes of papulopustular eruption.
The diagnosis can be confirmed by vitropression, a technique popular in Europe in which pressure is applied under glass and the extent of subsequent skin bleaching measured, Dr.