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Image Number 913 (Purpura)

 
Morphology:
Macule red

Diagnosis: Purpura

Site: Leg

Sex: F

Age: 28

Type: Clinical

Description: crops of purpura in lower limbs

Submitted by: Ebtisam Elghblawi

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Differential Diagnosis

History: Spontaneous bleeding into the skin usually appears as a rash known as purpura. They are caused by a small local amount of bleeding within the skin, when pressure is applied to purpura the spots do not pale. Purpura usually appears in crops and may disappear over three to five days. It can occur on any part of body but is more common on specific areas, such as the front of the shins. our patient shows no remarkable blood investigation. she was give vit C and she was doing fine with it.

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