Cutis marmorata

Marmorhaut (f), Cutis marmorata (f)
eng skin mottling

Arbeitssicherheit und Gesundheitsschutz Glossar. 2013.

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  • Cutis marmorata — When a newborn infant is exposed to low environmental temperatures, an evanescent, lacy, reticulated red and/or blue cutaneous vascular pattern appears over most of the body surface. This vascular change represents an accentuated physiologic… …   Wikipedia

  • cutis marmorata — a transient form of livedo reticularis (q.v.) occurring as a normal response to cold. Called also marble skin …   Medical dictionary

  • Cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita — Classification and external resources ICD 10 L95.0 OMIM 219250 …   Wikipedia

  • cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita — a rare congenital skin condition characterized by chronic cutis marmorata, telangiectasias, and phlebectasia, sometimes with ulceration and skin atrophy. The usual location is on a limb and often the adjacent area of the trunk. Called also Van… …   Medical dictionary

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  • Marmorata — (from the Latin marmor for marble ) can refer to several different species or conditions presenting with a marbled appearance, including: Salmo marmoratus, Marble Trout Acronicta marmorata, Marble Dagger Moth Synodontis marmorata, a catfish… …   Wikipedia

  • cutis — SYN: skin. [L.] c. anserina contraction of the arrectores pilorum produced by cold, fear, or other stimulus, causing the follicular orifices to become prominent. SYN: goose flesh, gooseflesh. c. laxa [MIM*123700] SYN: dermatochalasis. c.… …   Medical dictionary

  • Atrophia cutis idiopathica — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 L90.4 Akrodermatitis chronica atrophicans …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • marble skin — cutis marmorata …   Medical dictionary

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