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Synonyms for circinate

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Fel sawl rhedyn arall, mae'n cyrlio o'r top i lawr yn y ff urf sy'n cael ei alw wrth yr enw swanc "in circinate vernation".
The blisters may be annular, may have prominent pustules, and may have circinate plaques.
12 [micro]m thick, dark smoky in color, more or less densely encrusted, tips curved to circinate.
Plaques resembling seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis may present in the groin and axillae, and a circinate balanitis may develop.
Miscellaneous group included four cases of papulonecrotic tuberculide, two cases each of lichen sclerosus et atrophicus, herpes zoster and bullous pemphigoid, and one case each of trauma during sexual activity, Behcet disease, circinate balanitis, pemphigus vulgaris and Stevens-Johnson syndrome.
Focal Maculopathy- When microaneurysm, haemorrhage, macular oedema, hard exudates arranged in a circinate pattern is present.
Other differentials should be suspected in patients who are young (lichen sclerosis) old (Zoon's balanitis), or have evidence of systemic disease (psoriasis, lichen planus, circinate balanitis, eczema, seborrheic dermatitis).
This disease is characterized by depapillation, erythematous areas showing raised greyish or white circinate lines or bands with irregular pattern on the dorsal surface of the tongue.
DME is defined as the evidence of diffuse retinal thickening hard exudates (with out a circinate ring pattern) involving the center of the macula (clinically significant diabetic macular edema as defined by ETDRS) or both and Diffuse fluorescin leakage involving the center of the macula on FFA and Central Macular Thickening (CMT) on Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT).
The circinate nature of the exudates along with a lack of vascular tortuosity and A/V nipping suggested underlying diabetes as a cause rather than hypertensive retinopathy.