Cristina Rubio Flores

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Gouty panniculitis is caused by the deposition of urate crystals in the subcutaneous tissue, accompanied by a lobular panniculitis. It presents as subcutaneous nodules, most commonly located on the lower extremities. Being an unusual clinical presentation of gout, the sonographic findings of gouty panniculitis have been scarcely described in the literature.(More)
Acrocyanosis is an infrequent entity characterized by persistent and symmetrical erythrocyanotic discoloration of the hands, feet and face, which is not preceded by episodes of previous paleness. Acrocyanosis can be secondary to a variety of underlying causes, but is uncommon as a form of presentation of systemic sclerosis. We present a new clinical case of(More)
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