erythema : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  abnormal redness of the skin resulting from dilation of blood vessels (as in sunburn or inflammation)

  • Women were turning up at doctors' offices suffering from bullous erythema (reddish blisters) on their legs.
  • There is no specific treatment for the erythema, but even without a physician's care practically all the victims recover.
  • In fact, in the latest issue of Annals of Internal Medicine, the Yale doctors point out that European doctors have long known of a tick-borne infection called erythema chronicum .

  • Jacques Rogge in BBC Sport
    Before being admitted, Baylee had been treated for or thought to have had strep throat, hand, foot, mouth disease and erythema multiforme. After receiving a biopsy, blood tests, an EKG and 2 echocardiograms, Baylee was finally diagnosed with... Brian Littrell Entertainment Tonight News Dec 22, 2008 34041 43544 erythropoietin We are going to re-test all the blood samples from Beijing," said Rogge. "About 980 blood samples will be tested for erythropoietin [Cera], the new EPO test, but also insulin. So we are starting this re-testing, it will last a couple of...

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