dry gangrene

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Synonyms for dry gangrene

(pathology) gangrene that develops in the presence of arterial obstruction and is characterized by dryness of the dead tissue and a dark brown color

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4 Skin lesions can appear as enduring nodular painful plaques, purple in colour, necrotic scars, ulcerations or dry gangrene.
He had dry gangrene of the penis glans with a completely closed urethral meatus (Fig.
In our index case, presentation was bilateral (warmer induced injury should be unilateral), almost symmetrical, with clear line of demarcation as in dry gangrene and amputations of digits was required.
B) One week later, all toes on the right foot presented with dry gangrene.
And like Boorman and McGregor, David and Carl, who only a month ago underwent a below knee amputation due to dry gangrene, will be travelling with a film crew to document their antics which they will pitch to mainstream TV channels.
Patient also had dry gangrene affecting few toes bilaterally.
Invariably, one or both ears showed signs of dry gangrene.
Pyonecrotic lesions of the foot tissues (III-IV grades) were found in all 42 patients (Table 1), wet and dry gangrene being registered in two thirds and one third of the patients, respectively.
We report this case because a rare cause for reversible peripheral dry gangrene in the pediatric population was diagnosed.