Physical examination disclosed perifollicular hemorrhages and extensive ecchymoses
with increased pigmentation involving the lower extremities (Figure 1).
A 9-year-old girl was admitted to our pediatric hematology unit with petechiae, ecchymoses
, and history of a viral illness.
He was having bilateral redness, periocular oedema, bruises and ecchymoses
. Blood stained discharge was coming from both the eyes due to chemosis and conjunctival lacerations.
The rash associated with HSP may appear as erythematous macules or papules that coalesce and evolve into palpable purpura with petechiae, ecchymoses
, and / or subcutaneous edema.
D'autres coups lui ont casse trois dents et provoque de multiples ecchymoses
. Me concernant, le coup de couteau porte a mon cou est passe a quelques millimetres de la carotide mais il a touche ma trachee artere, ce qui a provoque un emphyseme sous-cutane.
Gardner Diamond syndrome is a rare condition characterized with painful ecchymoses
in different parts of the body and cutaneous and mucosal hemorrhages.
Clinical manifestations of petechiae and/or ecchymoses
on sclera (Fig.
The main observed features of LS were erythema, infiltration, mucosal excoriation, lichenification, hypopigmentation, hyperpigmentation, and ecchymoses
. We made a diagnosis of LS, both on the basis of clinical data and through biopsy, in compliance with the recent guidelines of the British Association of Dermatologists .
occur frequently and the edema is also moderate to severe.
(4) Petechiae, ecchymoses
, and hemorrhagic blisters may also be present.
The noteworthy characteristic of these ecchymoses
is that they begin with local itching, burning, or pain before the lesions appear.
, plum-colored bruises that pop up with minimal trauma, also affect the patient's self image.
It is characterized by fever, thrombocytopenia (platelet count less than 100/109/l), petechae, ecchymoses
, haemoconcentration or evidence of plasma leakage.
Half also had periorbital ecchymoses
or "raccoon eyes" and some had "sporadic amnesia".
Henry Battle, in 1890, had originally associated mastoid ecchymoses
with fracture of posterior cranial fossa of skull, not a middle fossa fracture.