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What is Majocchi disease?

What is Majocchi disease?

  • Majocchi disease: A skin disease involving purplish atrophic skin lesions that occur on the lower legs. The condition starts as a skin eruption with ring-shaped inflamed, dilated blood capillaries which clot, rupture and bleed. The lesion becomes purplish, yellow or brown and may have darker spots on it. One or more lesion may occur and may persist without changing for months or even years. Sometimes the lesion recur in the same spot.

Majocchi disease: Introduction

Types of Majocchi disease:

Broader types of Majocchi disease:

What causes Majocchi disease?

Causes of Majocchi disease: see causes of Majocchi disease

What are the symptoms of Majocchi disease?

Symptoms of Majocchi disease: see symptoms of Majocchi disease

Onset of Majocchi disease: usually affects young adults

Majocchi disease: Testing

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Majocchi disease.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Majocchi disease: Dermatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Majocchi disease.
Treatments for Majocchi disease: see treatments for Majocchi disease
Research for Majocchi disease: see research for Majocchi disease

Name and Aliases of Majocchi disease

Main name of condition: Majocchi disease

Other names or spellings for Majocchi disease:

Majocchi purpura, purpura annularis, purpura annularis telangiectodes, telangiectasia follicularis annulata

 

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