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“…No abnormalities which could be considered outside the range of normal were found in the nail folds. Examination of the lesions confirmed the presence of purpura and telangiectases but a distinctive pattern for the different diseases was not detect ed [4].…”
Section: Investigationmentioning
confidence: 87%
“…No abnormalities which could be considered outside the range of normal were found in the nail folds. Examination of the lesions confirmed the presence of purpura and telangiectases but a distinctive pattern for the different diseases was not detect ed [4].…”
Section: Investigationmentioning
confidence: 87%
“…Capillary microscopy in 12 patients with pigmented purpura disclosed ectatic dilated venules in the subpapillary plexus. 110 Iwatsuki et al 111 found fibrinoid degeneration and occlusive damage with swollen endothelia in three of eight patients with this condition. On direct immunofluorescence examination, each of the eight patients had evidence of C3, C1q, and fibrin within papillary vessels.…”
Section: Other Acquired Primary Cutaneous Diseasesmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…raised blood fibrinogen level (Dintenfa.ss, 1962;McKenzie ei al., 1963), a fall in albumin or a rise in globulin, or abnormal plasma proteins as in cryoglobulinaemia. Such changes occur \^'hen a vessel is blocked with aggregates that are unable to disx)erse at a sufficient rate to allow normal blood flow (Bloch, 1956;Knisely et al, 194:7;Davis and Lawler, 1958;Gelin, 1956;Swank et al, 1964). However, aggregation in itself is not necessarily a cause of jiathological ehanges.…”
Section: A 'Partial Obstniclio?i Io Outflow From the Venous Arm Of Thmentioning
confidence: 99%