ⓘ Palpable purpura

                                     

ⓘ Palpable purpura

Palpable purpura is a condition where purpura, which constitutes visible non-blanching hemorrhages, are raised and able to be touched or felt upon palpation. It indicates some sort of vasculitis secondary to a serious disease.

                                     
  • that most commonly affects children. In the skin, the disease causes palpable purpura small, raised areas of bleeding underneath the skin often with joint
  • tissue disease - associated cryoglobulinaemia. The triad consists of: palpable purpura arthralgia joint pain weakness. Cryoglobulinaemia. Free medical
  • vessels usually post - capillary venules in the dermis characterized by palpable purpura It is the most common vasculitis seen in clinical practice. Leukocytoclastic
  • symptoms palpable purpura maculopapular rash skin biopsy showing neutrophils around vessel IgA vasculitis IgAV formerly known as Henoch Schonlein purpura
  • Possible symptoms include: General symptoms: Fever, weight loss Skin: Palpable purpura livedo reticularis Muscles and joints: Myalgia or myositis, arthralgia
  • diseases such as cytomegalovirus purpura 3 mm to 1 cm, classified as palpable purpura or non - palpable purpura and indicates various pathologic conditions
  • attributable to cryoglobulinemic vasculitis. Meltzer s triad of palpable purpura joint pain, and generalized weakness occurs in 33 of patients presenting
  • arterial spasms termed Raynaud phenomena cyanosis, a palpable purpura termed cryofibrinogenemic purpura and a lace - like purplish discoloration termed livedo
  • throughout the body. Most often, the condition presents in children with palpable purpura abdominal pain, and arthritis. When the kidneys are affected, the
  • and subcutaneous nodules lumps Skin manifestations of PAN include palpable purpura and livedo reticularis in some individuals. Abdominal pain may also
  • Doucas and Kapetanakis pigmented purpura Drug - induced purpura Drug - induced thrombocytopenic purpura Eczematid - like purpura of Doucas and Kapetanakis Epidemic