Ecchymosis

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ECCHYMOSIS, med. jur. Blackness. It is an extravasation of blood by rupture of capillary vessels, and hence it follows contusion; but it may exist, as in cases of scurvy, and other morbid conditions, without the latter. Ryan's Med. Jur. 172.

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ASS is characterized by painful ecchymotic lesions and is most commonly observed in women experiencing emotional stress or psychiatric disorders (2).
Regarding haematological presentation, ecchymotic patches were observed in mixed hyperlipidaemiac patients.
There is pain and pruritus in the skin area where lesions will appear; a skin induration may be observed after 4-5 hours, and in 24-48 hours it turns into a painful ecchymotic patch, 3-10 cm in diameter and lasting 1 or 2 days.
Approximately 2 hours after admission, ecchymotic rashes developed on his upper extremities and spread to other areas.
After appearance of skin lesions in Complete blood count, CRP, anti-streptolysin the form of ecchymotic and edematous plaques (ASO) titer, urinalysis, coagulation tests, liver with high progressing trend, he was visited by a and kidney function tests were normal.
Petechial and ecchymotic patches are usually seen at the junction of hard and soft palate.
Examination of the right wing revealed edematous and ecchymotic soft tissue overlying a closed fracture of the major and minor metacarpals; minimal bone displacement was palpated.
Cutaneous Ecchymotic discolorations of the umbilical area (Cullen's Sign), flanks (Grey-'Turner's Sign) or the groin (Fox Sign) are unspecific signs of retro- or intra-abdominal haemorrhage.
Her pupils were 3 mm bilaterally with less-than-brisk reaction, and her left eyelid was noted to be swollen and ecchymotic.
Animals - Thirty dogs were selected at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, UNESP, Jaboticabal, SP, according to their clinical signs (apathy, anorexia, fever, petechial and ecchymotic hemorrhages, lymphadenopathy, splenomegaly, paleness mucous membranes and/or uveitis) or hematological findings (anemia, leukopenia and/or thrombocytopenia) in an acute or chronic disease stage.
The kidney had many petequial and ecchymotic subcapsular and cortical hemorrhages, giving an image as a "turkey egg" appearance (FIGS.