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The petechial hemorrhages were observed in the serosal layer of the intestine, pericardium, spleen, and lung (Fig.
Caption: Figure 5: Axial T2 gradient echo sequence shows no signal abnormality within right striatum but some scattered blooming artifacts within left thalami consistent with petechial hemorrhages.
Petechial hemorrhages over internal body organs were present in 88 (87.
DISCUSSION: The body of the deceased showed copious secretions at mouth angles & nostrils, petechial hemorrhages on the sclera of eye balls, acral cyanosis, congested internal organs and dilated right side of the heart These were asphyxiai signs.
Common clinical presentations were fever pallor body aches petechial hemorrhages and epistaxis.
17) Endoscopic examination of the upper gastrointestinal tract of falcons affected with the viscerotropic form often shows petechial hemorrhages across the isthmus of the proventriculus and across the ventriculus.
While being investigated she developed a sepsis like picture with fever, petechial hemorrhages and hepatosplenomegaly.
Common clinical presentations were fever, pallor, body aches, petechial hemorrhages and epistaxis.
On physical examination, the patient was appropriately alert and oriented, and no abnormality was detected except for mucosal petechial hemorrhages and ecchymosis.
The necropsy revealed abomasal congestion, petechial hemorrhages and mucosal suffusions.
Various pathogenic mechanisms such as ischemia due to hypoxia, petechial hemorrhages, or CO itself have been accused for the changes found in the peripheral nerve (6).
The dead embryos showed swollen livers with petechial hemorrhages.
Subserosal petechial hemorrhages throughout the body and blood-tinged fluid in thoracic and abdominal cavities were seen.
At this ER visit, he had a II/VI holosystolic murmur, subconjunctival petechial hemorrhages, and bibasilar crackles.
However, this clinical material allows only the tentative conclusion that the changes are the direct effect of primary blast injuries, because multifocal petechial hemorrhages in white matter can result from secondary and tertiary injuries, carbon monoxide intoxication, and air and fat emboli.