xanthochromia

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xanthochromia

 [zan″tho-kro´me-ah]
yellowish discoloration of the skin or spinal fluid. Xanthochromic spinal fluid usually indicates hemorrhage into the central nervous system and is due to the presence of xanthematin, a yellow pigment derived from hematin.

xan·tho·chro·mi·a

(zan'thō-krō'mē-ă),
Occurrence of patches of yellow color in the skin, resembling xanthoma, but without the nodules or plates.
Synonym(s): xanthoderma (1) , yellow disease, yellow skin (1)
[xantho- + G. chrōma, color]

xan·tho·chro·mi·a

(zan'thō-krō'mē-ă)
The occurrence of patches of yellow color in the skin, resembling xanthoma, but without the nodules or plates.
Synonym(s): xanthoderma (1) .
[xantho- + G. chrōma, color]
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