SELF ASSESSMENT ANSWERS Purple skin and a swollen thigh in an alcoholic

  • Published 2002

Abstract

Q1: How would you describe these skin lesions? What is the differential diagnoses? Figure 1 (see p 430) shows confluent ecchymosis in the background of icteric skin, mainly involving the left thigh. The differential diagnoses of non-palpable purpura/ ecchymosis include primary skin conditions (trauma, solar purpura, steroid purpura, capillaritis, and… (More)

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@inproceedings{2002SELFAA, title={SELF ASSESSMENT ANSWERS Purple skin and a swollen thigh in an alcoholic}, author={}, year={2002} }